Social Studies Society


The Social Studies Society welcomes students studying a degree in the School of Applied Social and Policy Sciences#;?

  • Community Youth Work
  • Criminology with Criminal Justice
  • Health and Social Care Policy
  • Politics with International Studies
  • Social Policy
  • Social Policy with Criminology 
  • Social Policy with Sociology 
  • Sociology with Criminology 
  • Sociology with Politics and International Studies 

The Aims of this Society include: 

1.) To provide social interactions that allow students to enjoy the benefits that come with University life, other than the academics. This being the opportunity to make friends, interact with students on similar degrees as well as providing that relaxing time needed for good mental health.

2.) To assist with the academic side. We hope to create links to reading materials, relevant online news stories, articles, research papers alongside dates for assignments due. By having a society that also ranges to multiple, yet similar, degrees it can also benefit any research projects taking place if participants are required. Another way to help with the academic side is by providing wellbeing tips on handling work loads, revision tips and ideas

3.) To create a safe, comfortable and welcoming environment for all. Free from inequality, discrimination or unjust behaviour. Forms of such acts will not be tolerated. As a society all disclosures of such acts shall be heard and approached in line with Ulster University protocol.

Activities in which we aim to provide for the academic year of 2022/23:

1.) An end of year formal.

2.) Two seperate pub crawls, one taking place in each semester.

3.) Host a charity fundraiser, the charity will be chosen based on a poll conducted by the members of the society.

4.) Social gatherings based on what has been asked of by the members of the society.

5.) Three guest speakers over the academic year, focusing on career oppertunities, abroad placement and academic achievment.  

- All activities or events shall be posted in advance via our Instagram Page.

Ulster University SU

Ulster University Students' Union was established in 1984 and is a membership-led organisation which represents over 26,000 full and part-time Ulster students. Company Number NI646426 (Registered in Northern Ireland).

Registered with The Charity Commission for Northern Ireland NIC107053.





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