Undergraduate courses

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Two female students, including Isobel

“My advice to new students – embrace everything!”

Isobel Holden, BA (Hons) Social Policy talks about her studies at Kent

Undergraduate courses

As a large School we can offer a wide range of modules and this gives you a broad base in the social sciences while allowing you to specialise in areas you’re interested in. Our courses reflect current issues and debates and our graduates also gain many transferable skills that are valuable in the workplace.

Many of our courses give you the chance to study abroad. There is also the option to extend your skills by spending an extra year studying web technologies or data analytics.    

If you are taking Sociology, Social Policy or Criminology, you may also have the chance to extend your skills by adding quantitative research to your degree by studying in our prestigious Q-Step Centre.

Sociology, Criminology and Social Work are each ranked 1st for research quality in the The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021

And Social Policy at Kent is ranked 3rd for research quality in The Complete University Guide 2021

Undergraduate Virtual Open Event

Join our live Undergraduate Virtual Open Event on Thursday 1 April from 15.00 - 18.00 and find out why you belong at Kent.

Our Virtual Open Days are a fantastic way to meet our staff and students - join us to find out why Kent is right for you.

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Undergraduate courses