The School of Social Sciences aims to create real-world impact across the themes of sociology, psychology and criminology.
This centre aims to investigate and develop understanding of societal, criminological and psychological processes underpinning crime, criminality, and criminal justice proceedings.Find out more
Producing research that addresses key challenges in the field of health and wellbeing, working with a network of partners and stakeholders across the university and beyond.Find out more
Research applications and projects which assess inequalities and psychology surrounding race, identity, ethnicity and gender.Find out more
Investigating the psychological processes that underlie an individual’s physical, cognitive, social and emotional development throughout the lifespan.Find out more
Bringing together researchers working across issues related to hate crimes, Islamophobia, online and offline hate crimes and political and human (in) security.Find out more
We are currently working on a number of projects within the School of Social Sciences. View them all on our project page. You can also see view our individual research centres to see a filtered list of projects aligned to our specialisms.View projects
Ready to make an original contribution to knowledge? Find out more about studying a PhD in Social Sciences at Birmingham City UniversityFind out more
Birmingham City University is home to a wealth of knowledge and our staff have considerable experience of working within Social Sciences.Find out more
The Birmingham 2029 project aims to respond to the structural and social challenges residents and institutions will face during the next decade including uncertainties on Brexit, the global Covid-19 pandemic, The Big City Plan, 2022 Commonwealth Games and the growth in Birmingham as a transport hub with faster connections through the HS2 Curzon Station development.Find out more
The School of Social Sciences runs a variety of research seminars, conferences and more across the school. View our latest events and news to see how our research impacts the wider world.Find out more
If you have any questions about our research, current projects or research events feel free to get in touch.Email us
Birmingham 2029 aims to respond to the structural and social challenges residents and institutions will face during the next decade including uncertainties on Brexit, the global Covid-19 pandemic, The Big City Plan, 2022 Commonwealth Games and the growth in Birmingham as a transport hub with faster connections through the HS2 Curzon Station development. Find out more about the project or get in touch.Email us
Interested in a research collaboration or consultancy? Contact our team and we'll attempt to link you with an academic who's alligned with your interests.Email us
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