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What do Criminology & Sociology graduates do?

Learning about what Criminology & Sociology graduates have gone on to do can be a great way of coming up with ideas for your own career.

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Of Criminology & Sociology graduates in full time work, 71% were in graduate level work six months after graduation. 

Jobs: Which jobs do they do?

2015 Criminology & Sociology graduates went on to become:

  • Business and related associate professionals
  • Educational support assistants
  • Information technology and telecommunications professionals 
  • Marketing and sales directors
  • Public services associate professionals
  • Youth and community workers

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Discover what criminology & sociology graduates from other universities went on to do. See the "What do graduates do" 2015 research.

Employers: Who do they work for?

2015 Criminology & Sociology graduates worked with these employers:

  • Aspire Services
  • BIPB
  • Biz-e-Kidz
  • Herschel Medical Centre
  • London Borough of Barnet
  • Macmillan Cancer Support
  • The Office Group
  • Ministry of Justice

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Discover who criminology & sociology graduates from other universities went on to work for. See the "What do graduates do" 2015 research.

Study: What do they study?

2015 Criminology & Sociology graduates studied these courses:

  • LLB Law
  • MSc Investigative Forensic Psychology
  • Person-centred Counselling

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Discover what criminology & sociology graduates from other universities went on to study. See the "What do graduates do" 2015 research.

Advice and information on further study

 

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Criminology & sociology resources

 

Jobs & internships for criminology & sociology students

Internships from University of London JobOnline (Some criminology & sociology-related, some not. Why not explore your options?)

Network and discover roles & sectors related to criminology & sociology and beyond .

 * Destinations data is based on the 2014/15 DLHE survey

 

 
 
 

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