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Sociology with Social Policy (Welsh Medium) BA (Hons) Undergraduate - September 2024/25* Entry

Course Details

  • Start Month September
  • UCAS Code L3LK
  • Qualification BA (Hons)
  • Duration 3 years
  • Placement Year Yes
  • International Experience Year Yes
  • Study Mode

    Full Time

  • Location

    Bangor

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Sociology allows you to investigate social life and the way it shapes our behaviour, beliefs and identity. By studying Social Policy, you’ll be looking at social relations and systems that maintain and promote human wellbeing.

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