Undergraduate Pathway: Social Policy

Let your voice be heard

Through this pathway you’ll consider the reasons behind, and responses to, a wide range of social issues – such as social exclusion, health and social care, poverty, family policies, crime and community safety, citizenship, antisocial behaviour, racism and homelessness. We’ll learn how social policy is formulated and implemented, and get to grips with the theory behind social policy-making it an exciting and challenging environment.
We think it’s important for you to get out into the real world too, so you’ll have the chance to take part in an internship (work experience placement) where you’ll put your practical skills to the test. If you’re keen to see how other countries tackle social issues, there’s an opportunity to study abroad for one semester in Year 2.

Pathways at Anglia Ruskin University

High School

 
 

 

  Foundation – 1 semester Foundation – 2 semester First year

UK/EU

NA

£7,500

£9,000

International

£6,300

£9,950

£11,575

Location

Duration

Stage 1

Two Semester 5.5* IELTS

*Subject to sub scores

Stage 2

Two Semesters

Stage 3

Two Semesters

Stage 4

Two Semesters

Intakes

Stage 1

September, January and June

Stage 2

September and January

Stage 1: University Foundation

Location

CRIC at Anglia Ruskin University

Modules

  • Composition and Style
  • Critical Thinking
  • Intercultural Studies
  • Interactive Learning Skills and Communication 2
  • Principles of ICT
  • Critical and Contextual Studies
  • Business Studies (Double Module)

Stage 2: First Year Degree

Location

CRIC at Anglia Ruskin University

Stage 3: Second Year Degree

Location

Faculty of Heath, Social Care and Education

Stage 4: Final Year Degree

Location

Faculty of Heath, Social Care and Education

Successful completion of this pathway will lead to the award of the following from Anglia Ruskin University:
Course
Foundation
First year
 1 semester  2 semester

BA (Hons) Social Policy

International students -

Jan/June

 

UK/EU – No

International students -

Jan/Sept

 

UK/EU – Jan/Sept

International students -

Sept

 

UK/EU – Sept

 

To find out the academic requirements of our programmes please see Academic Requirements which outlines the entry requirements by country. Unless stated requirements are standard across all programmes -
https://www.cric.navitas.com/academic-requirements

Employment and career options

  • Charity work and management
  • Healthcare administration and management
  • Social services
  • Community development
  • Disability rights and advocacy work