The Bachelor training in Sociology welcomes students interested in social life, social phenomena and interactions. Sociology studies the collective behavior of people, examines social relationships, processes and institutions. Sociology offers deeper insights into phenomena such as prejudice and exclusion, deviance and norms, social conflicts, family, gender, relationship between generations, religious beliefs and changes in cultural habits, or the impact of traditional and new media.

Our training is diverse and practice-oriented. One of its main features are the research projects carried out in the second year, enabling students to learn the most important quantitative and qualitative methods of sociology in an actual research. Another central feature are the specializations organized according to different thematic units (being certified in the diploma), which enhances the chances of the graduates to find professional job positions or to fulfill their future education plans.

During our training, students learn to collect data systematically, to prepare a research plan, to analyze and present the results in a perceptive way, to think independently, to cooperate effectively. These skills and abilities are highly appreciated by the labor market.

Our students find jobs in the most diverse workplaces: teaching, research, politics, public administration, media, social and health services, advertising, journalism, law, publishing, industry, marketing, personnel and management. In addition, graduating from our programme offers an opportunity for further education in social sciences throughout Europe.