About the Faculty
The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences consists of six academic Schools and is the largest and most complex Faculty in the University, with over 300 academic, administrative and technical staff as well as 4,000+ undergraduate and postgraduate students. It is also home to the University's Language Learning Unit, offering a wide range of support and study opportunities in English and Modern Languages.
Humanities and the Social Sciences Research has responsibility for generating and supporting research, knowledge transfer activities, hosting visiting academics, organising research seminars and conferences and the training and supervision of research students.
School of Humanities
Home to discipline areas such as American Literature and History, Creative Writing, English Literature, Film Studies, Media, History, Music and Music Technology.
Keele Management School
We offer a range of programmes in Accounting, Finance, Economics, Management, Marketing, Human Resource Management and International Business and Law.
School of Law
A distinctive profile in UK legal education and known internationally for world-leading research with the provision of a high-quality legal education at undergraduate and postgraduate level.
School of Public Policy and Professional Practice
Responsible for a range of undergraduate and postgraduate Social Science programmes, including Education, Health and Social Work and Teaching programmes leading to professional qualifications.
School of Politics, International Relations and Philosophy
A distinctive multidisciplinary school that brings together a diverse group of academics working in the fields of Politics, International Relations and Philosophy.
School of Sociology and Criminology
We offer a range of flexible and innovative taught programmes that are informed by research and the latest developments in our disciplines.
Language Learning Unit
The Language Learning Unit offers a wide range of opportunities to study English and Modern Languages in a welcoming and friendly environment.