What our students do

When studying for a degree at Lancaster, students don't just gain knowledge. They learn about themselves and discover how they can support, challenge, and change the world. Our degrees will help you develop new understandings of the social world, while also building up new skills to interact in the world and support your future career.

These pages highlight a few examples of how students become involved in various activities and practical experiences during their courses. These experiences complement and bring life to the theories and readings also covered during modules.

Available to Sociology, Media and Cultural Studies, Gender and Women's Studies students:

Available to Social Work students:

Available to all students:

A range of placements and internships are also available to students. For more information, visit our careers page.

For more information on what it's like to study here read about the experiences of one of our alumni.