University of Bristol
The University of Bristol Faculty of Social Sciences and Law embodies a vibrant global community of world-class expertise in social sciences and law. We attract talented staff and students from around the world and have forged strong links with international organisations and research councils. The interdisciplinary nature of this stream allows students to study a range of theoretical and practical problems that affect the social world, focussing on issues relating to inequality, unemployment, political ideology, the construction of identity and much more through sessions led by world-renowned Law, Sociology, Criminology, and Politics academics. Studying law can be a good basis for a range of careers, including journalism, the civil service, accountancy and business, as well as for working in the legal profession. This subject combination on our summer school offers an enriching learning experience with exciting intellectual challenges.
01 August 2023 - 04 August 2023
15 PROGRAMME PLACES
Our contextual offer requirements to study at the undergraduate level are currently AAB for Law (no subject requirements). BBB including an essay based subject (see our website for details) for Sociology. ABB including essay based subject for Politics and International relations. BBB for Criminology.