Social Sciences Society is an academic society that aims to bring students from different schools within the faculty together by creating a forum for discussion across subject lines and exposing students to a wider variety of events from across the faculty rather than just within their school. The faculty of social sciences includes: Southampton Law School, Southampton Business School, Southampton Education School, Mathematical Sciences and Economics, Social and Political Sciences. This includes those studying; Accounting & Finance, Criminology, Economics, Education, International Relations, Law, Marketing, Mathematics, Politics, Social Policy, and Sociology
- We keep you up to date with all the latest events on your course, from socials to book sales, as well as offering an environment for you to get in touch with those studying the same course as you, so that you can ask questions and discuss any issues. - We also organise events for students to meet people from different schools across the Faculty of Social Sciences. - We send information about internships and graduate programmes that are for students from all degree backgrounds in our monthly newsletter. Students from all degree backgrounds with an interest in social sciences are welcome to join :)

The Committee

All clubs and societies within the Students' Union are run entirely by students. The student committee for Social Sciences Society this year are:

Theodora Dimitrova
President
Anna Tomaszek
Secretary
Delia Bhagaloo
Social Secretary
Kazi Alamgir
Vice-President and Treasurer

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Constitution

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Health & Safety

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