The College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences consists of 11 Schools with 1,100 staff and 13,000 students. From Business to Law, Music to Journalism, the College has an internationally recognised intellectual capacity considering the key theoretical and practical questions in the study of the economy, politics and society.
The College encompasses the following Academic Schools:
The College offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes and students benefit from direct access to world-leading academics. The College's professional courses help equip employees with the latest skills and bespoke training can be tailored to meet the specific needs of organisations.
Graduates of the College have gone on to secure prominent positions with leading organisations around the world. College alumni include Spencer Dale, Chief economist of the Bank of England, Danny Blanchflower, academic and former member of the Monetary Policy Committee at the Bank of England, journalists Huw Edwards, Bill Turnbull and Alex Thomson; founder of moneysaving expert Martin Lewis; and composer Karl Jenkins.