The quality of our Undergraduate study programmes attract students from all over the world, to whom we offer internationally excellent teaching across all subject area, tailored to varied interests within individual disciplines.
The School runs Masters programmes in fields across the social and political sciences, reflecting the specialist research interests of our staff.
Structured masters courses link to specific vocational areas such as urban planning and real estate, and dedicated training courses to prepare students for doctoral study.
The University of Glasgow and Nankai University have long-standing research collaborations in the social sciences, and growing links in disciplines from chemistry through to museum studies, to urban studies and business. An exchange programme allows our students to spend time at Glasgow and Nankai to further deepen our links.
Thinking of studying for an undergraduate or postgraduate degree in our School?
Have a read at what some of our former students had to say about their experiences here.
28 FebWe're pleased to welcome new staff to our Finance Team, Economic and Social History, and Central and Eastern European subject areas
26 FebResearch Fellow, Dr Michael Heaney, has recently appeared on television in Canada, interviewed by the IndyPram podcast, and featured in the front page story of The National
18 FebProfessor of Comparative Politics, Sergi Pardos-Prado, along with his co-investigator Professor Anja Neundorf, has been awarded a grant of just under a million euros for their project 'Economic Roots of Populism'.
05 FebPhD students, Molly Gilmour and Jessica Penney, hosted a British Sociological Association Postgraduate event bringing together PGR students, academic staff, and research support staff from across the UK
23 JanCongratulations to Dr Alistair Fraser who has taken over as Centre Director, replacing Professor Sarah Armstrong