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Studying Sociology at Cambridge will enable you to develop a deep understanding of modern societies and how they are changing. If you are interested in Sociology you are likely to be someone who is intellectually curious and interested in current affairs, enjoy learning and thinking about how societies are organised, why people do what they do and how things could be different. These interests may also influence they type of career you would like to follow, but choosing to specialise in Sociology certainly does not limit your career choice.

The careers that graduates who have studied Sociology at Cambridge enter include a wide variety that require the transferable skills developed through their studies, and which may or may not be directly related to the subject matter of Sociology

Jobs directly related to your degree include:

Jobs where your degree would be useful include:

Prospects - What can I do with my degree? provides an introduction to how best to use the skills you have gained from your degree study, and outlines some of the career options directly associated with your subject see.

Cambridge Skills Portal provides information on the skills and behaviour attributes individuals might find it useful to develop and lists training and development opportunities available across the University, together with links to useful resources outside the University.

The British Sociological Association website also contains useful information.