Grade 4 or above in GCSE English and one humanities subject.
Sociology is a very well established A level, both nationally and at this college. We have not found any university admissions departments who do not regard it as a full A level for any Social Science or Humanities degree.
Sociological content regularly appears as a part of many vocational courses at a higher level – for courses in management, marketing, caring professions, teaching, etc. Our students have gone on to make careers in journalism, the law, political research, social work, teaching, marketing, and many other areas where a critical understanding, evaluative skills and the ability to communicate and persuade are important.