Is this the beginning of the end?
Posted by Faheema in Sociology on December 10, 2018
It is that time of year when everyone is slowing down and gearing up for the Christmas holidays. The city centre is well lit and campus has just hosted its annual Christmas market (the best food is eaten here!). But as a third and final year student, this point of the year is basically the […]
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Posted by Faheema in Sociology on November 27, 2016
Though I am a stay at home student, before beginning university, I had already decided that I would pay my way at home and as if I had moved out for uni, all expenses of mine would be from myself and not my parents. Now, of course one way to keep the cash flow going […]
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This is just a little blog to say…
Posted by Olivia W in Sociology on March 4, 2016
…I got a job! In one of my previous blogs I mentioned that I had attended an interview for the role of Social Researcher at the Office for National Statistics. This is a permanent, full-time graduate job for the Civil Service, so I was rather pessimistic about my chances of being offered a place. But, […]
Posted in Career, Employment | Tagged career, civil service, graduate job, leciester, ONS, sociology
The topic of change, featuring your odd socks and metaphorical mountains!
Posted by Amy-Rose in Sociology on May 2, 2013
Today’s post is dedicated to something which every person, especially students attending University, has experienced in their lifetime: change. Whether it be deciding to finally grow up and make sure your socks are matching (don’t judge), or moving half way across the country and setting up home on your lonesome, change is usually a rather […]
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Why Sociology IS a credible degree; shh-ing the critics.
Posted by Amy-Rose in Sociology on March 13, 2013
If you were to ask me what my degree of Sociology actually is, there would be multiple paths of explanation I would have to consider before I answered. To my Nana’s sweet little old Nana friends, I tell them that I study society which ultimately helps to make Government policy. Throw ‘Government policy’ in my […]
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