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BASS Philosophy and Quantitative Methods
Examine today's fundamental questions using modern data analysis methods.

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BASS Philosophy and Quantitative Methods / Careers

Year of entry: 2019

Career opportunities

We're one of the most targeted universities by the nation's top employers.

A degree in the social sciences gives you the skills and knowledge that you need to be able to succeed in the future. Graduates are highly sought-after and are able to use their skills and knowledge in a wide range of different areas.

Popular avenues include journalism and the media, charities, consultancy, the civil service, finance, marketing and PR, social work, teaching, and the law.

Some of our most recent graduates are currently working for:

  • Manchester City Council;
  • The University of Manchester;
  • the Royal Bank of Scotland;
  • Palgrave MacMillan;
  • Lloyds TSB;
  • the Foreign and Commonwealth Office;
  • Teach First; and
  • Siemens.

Another popular option is postgraduate study. We offer a wide range of specialist taught master's courses within the School of Social Sciences.

Some of our most recent graduates are currently studying postgraduate qualifications in teaching, law, political theory and political economy, business and marketing, visual anthropology, and social work.

Throughout your studies and after you graduate you will have to access our Careers

Service, which can help you:

  • find summer internships or work experience;
  • apply for jobs and provide practice interviews;
  • Access online and interactive services such as practice psychometric tests.

You can also apply for a valuable summer work placement in your second year through our Q-Step programme .

For more information, see  Careers and employability .