Best Universities for Sociology
|University of Stirling||#27|
|University of Nottingham||#29|
|University of Glasgow||#30|
|Anglia Ruskin University (ARU)||#31|
|University of Hull||#33|
|De Montfort University (DMU)||#34|
|University of Kent||#36|
- TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
- Confirmed Sept/Oct start
- TEACHING MODE:
- Online learning
- OPEN DAYS:
- On campus open day on 25th Sep.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- On Monday 17th May students on all courses with scheduled teaching in Trimester 3 will be allowed to return to in person teaching on campus at Step 3, including those who have not already returned to face to face teaching.
14 Sociology reviews at Anglia Ruskin University (ARU)
Criminology, BA Hons
I really liked ARU and found the professors and staff to be very welcoming and friendly. I never felt that I couldn't approach somebody to ask for directions when I was a fresher which made the adjustment a lot more comfortable. The uni are very good with providing student support and make their services extremely accessible for everybody. I never used support services and so cannot comment on whether they were effective but had friends use them and said they were helpful. I was ill close to the beginning of term and they also called to check on me and were very understanding. I did drop out of ARU but this was largely due to my living situation and the fact that it was not feasible to commute. If I had been able to commute I would have and really recommend ARU. Please note I did live in halls but they were off campus and so I can't comment on the campus accommodation!
Psychosocial Studies, BA Hons
I study at the campus of College of West Anglia. The tutors there are actually better than the ones at the mainstream campus because they actually care to help you and what grade you come out with rather than just bothered about their big lecturer paycheck! Really interesting course
Criminology, BA Hons
A lot of the content can simply be caught up on in bed in your accommodation due to it all being available online. However there are several lectures on the course that expand on the content very well and make their lectures very engaging. If you take this course however you are likely to only be in uni 3 days a week, which raises the question whether it’s worth the hefty price tag of £9,250. Job prospects after this course however is very attractive and the course will highlight the many many differcet possibilities that are available with a degree in criminology.