Criminology and Cultural Studies BA (Hons)

School Of Social Policy, Sociology And Social Research

University of Kent

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( 4.1) 1615 reviews


Course info

UCAS CODE MV99
Criminology at Kent examines the major political issues surrounding crime and explores the wider sociology and social policy context. Taught by staff with internationally recognised expertise in criminology and cultual studies. We work regularly with criminal justice agencies, and people from these agencies occasionally lecture on the course. Cultural Studies at Kent is an innovative subject with distinctive perspectives on all forms of present day culture. You will explore significant... READ MORE

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Uni rankings

WUSCA student ranking
WUSCA student ranking
These are the 2019 rankings, based on ratings given by past and current students.
66th / 131
CompUniGuide ranking
Complete University Guide Ranking
Source: Complete University Guide 2019
44th
CompUniGuide subject ranking
Complete University Guide Subject Ranking
Source: Complete University Guide 2019
15th

Start date and duration

Start date
SEP-20
Full Time
3 Years

Sociology

Drop-out rate
Drop-out rate
The percentage of students who didn't finish the course.
Calculated by 100% - (% of students continuing course + % of students completed course)
100 - 88 = 12% Drop-out rate
Source: UNISTATS, 2018

2:1 or above
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Employment rate
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Average salary
Average salary
Source: UNISTATS, 2018

After 6 months
Sociology graduate salary at this uni
£20,000
UK Sociology graduate salary
£20,000

Modules
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Source: IDP Connect, May 2019

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Source: HESA, 2018

Sociology

Top 5 A-levels taken by students who study this subject at uni
Sociology
49%
Psychology
34%
English Literature
27%
History
22%
Religious Studies & Theology
16%

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How Cultural Studies students rated:

Student rating ( 3.9) 8 reviews

5 star 26%
4 star 50%
3 star 12%
2 star 12%
1 star 0%

How all students rated:

Student rating ( 4.1) 1,615 reviews

5 star 35%
4 star 44%
3 star 19%
2 star 1%
1 star 1%
University of Kent
CompUniGuide ranking
44th
Student rating
This is the overall rating calculated by averaging all live reviews for this uni on Whatuni.
( 4.1)
The University of Kent is a leading research-intensive university. It has two main campuses in Canterbury and Medway, a part-time study centre in Tonbridge and postgraduate centres in Athens, Brussels, Paris and Rome. There are many opportunities to study, work and travel across Europe, and many of the programmes offer dual UK and European qualifications. Kent is consistently ranked as offering one of the best student experiences in the UK, they achieved the 4th highest score for overall satisfaction in the 2016 National Student Survey. Kent’s academics produce world-leading research and lead the way in many fields of study. They were ranked 17th in the UK for research intensity in the Research Excellence Framework which confirmed their position as one of the UK's leading research universities.

Where you'll study

University of Kent

Recruitment and Admissions Office, The Registry,
Darwin Road
Canterbury
Kent
CT2 7NZ United Kingdom Nearest train station: Canterbury West  0.6 miles away

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