School of Social Sciences

Overview

The School of Social Sciences at The University of Manchester, is home to nearly 3000 undergraduate students and over 300 postgraduate students (with a 35% international student population). We undertake internationally renowned, world-leading and theoretically-informed empirical research, addressing major issues of private and public concern, which is founded on a unique combination of six disciplines.

Research in the School of Social Sciences is known for being methodologically innovative and policy relevant. This translates into research expertise, excellence and impact on a truly global scale. 

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Publications

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Activities

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Prizes

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Impact

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