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Sociology courses

Choose invaluable work experience to boost your sociology career

Ready to explore global issues and learn from London-based work experience?

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Sociology at Middlesex

Hit the ground running with CV-enhancing placements in organisations like Mencap and Centrepoint, and get a thorough grounding in the latest research with an option to explore your personal passions.

Postgraduate study furthers your career prospects as you benefit from our close links with national and international NGOs and public bodies.

  • Criminology and Sociology at Middlesex

    A criminology or sociology degree from Middlesex University London not only involves exploring powerful ideas, it also allows students to put those ideas into action. This means an emphasis on student placements and internships, project-based learning, and integrating technologies into student-led projects.

  • Postgraduate Law at Middlesex University

    The Dean of School of Law, Joshua Castellino, explains why Middlesex University provides their postgraduate students with the skills, knowledge and confidence to be successful in the real world.

Our Sociology courses at a glance

Links to industry

We have close links to NGOs, community organisations and more.

Focus on your interests

through a variety of optional modules and specialist pathways.

Renowned academics

Our academics are not only some of the best in their field but also make real-world impact in the industry.

We are in the top 300 of Universities worldwide for Sociology.

THE World University Rankings, 2019

  • Sociology courses in the news

MDX lecturer helping police across Europe fight organised crime and terrorism

Vincenzo Ruggiero spearheaded a major research European project after spate of terrorist atrocities.

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Gender violence victims remembered by powerful display featuring 111 shoes at MDX

A powerful display in the Quad featured 111 pairs of shoes that represent the number of females killed after violence by men in the past year.

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