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Childhood and Youth Studies

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Find out about the range of course options in Childhood and Youth Studies

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Why Study Childhood and Youth Studies

We have professional and academic expertise across a diverse range of areas providing a rich learning environment which is a unique trait of our course. It gives you the opportunity to study childhood and youth from multiple perspectives.

Watch - See the world through a child's eyes

The BA in Childhood and Youth Studies offers you the opportunity to study a diverse range of topics that relate to the lived experiences of children and young people in contemporary society.

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Student Profile Sofia Tartaglia

BA Childhood and Youth Studies

"Aside from the wide range of interesting topics we cover over the three years, the staff in the School of Education are so supportive and inspiring."

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Career Opportunities in Childhood and Youth Studies

Our courses help to meet the demand for well-qualified specialists who can work with children, young people and their families in a range of contexts. Employability is a key theme within the Childhood and Youth programme and we have embedded a large number of opportunities within our degree to ensure your CV stands out from the crowd. 

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Our Research in Childhood and Youth Studies

At the School of Education and Human Development you will be taught by individuals who are recognised internationally for their expertise and who are invited regularly to speak at various high-profile events world-wide. Research feeds directly into the modules that you’ll study, giving you contemporary views on topical issues and ensuring that you graduate with an excellent understanding of a wide range of issues.

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