You will explore the sociological implications of digital media and popular culture as well as engaging in creative media practice such as filmmaking and photography. You will have access to dedicated creative facilities and support from an engaged community of academics.
Work Placementavailable as an optional module for 2nd year Humanities students
Global Top 300for Sociology THE World University Subject Rankings, 2022
Top 10in England for overall Student Satisfaction NSS 2020 (broad-based public universities)
"I now work as Brand Manager of Nescafé in Amsterdam, taking care of one of the world’s most iconic coffee brands." - read more about Kimberley, Media
"Sociology at Keele focuses both on both a wider, global, contemporary context as well as a British historical context" - read more about James, Sociology
"Placement and module classes are beneficial and valuable for all students since they can learn more about the career they want to pursue" - read more about Lianna, Media
"Keele prepared me for my future as I had the opportunity to get involved in some incredible extra curricular activities" - read more about Stephen
"Sociology appealed to me because of the variety of topics covered by modules and the breadth of research conducted by the sociology department" - read more about Megan, Sociology
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Everything’s on your doorstep at Keele, and you’ll soon feel at home and make friends wherever you go.
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Make yourself more employable after graduation by taking advantage of the whole host of additional opportunities.