College of Social Sciences (CoSS)

The College of Social Sciences brings together over 450 academics (including 90 professors) and over 360 professional staff across a range of disciplines and interdisciplinary fields. Around 25% of our staff are international and combined with over 42,500 global alumni representing over 185 countries, our work impacts all areas of society grounded in the key disciplines of business, economics, education, government and society, and social policy.

Social Science perspectives into Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

With the unfolding events following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, our expert social sciences researchers are sharing their insight and research commentary on issues affecting Ukraine and the rest of the world - including international sanctions, migration and displacement and the economy.

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When refuge isn't safe

Findings from SEREDA call for changes to the Home Office’s asylum policy after uncovering the failures of the UK asylum system faced by refugee victims of sexual and gender-based violence.

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01 November 2021

MBA Clinical Leadership

The Health Services Management Centre (HSMC) and Birmingham Business School have collaborated to design and deliver a new online MBA Clinical Leadership

28 October 2021

Leading diabetes social media influencers revealed

New research reveals that Dr Abd Tahrani is featured as being in the top five most active social media users who participate in the UK's online diabetes debate and who has published the most diabetes related posts.

07 October 2021

Lesson-drawing for policy makers during a crisis

Professor Martin Powell (HSMC), Dr Sophie King-Hill (HSMC) and Professor Ian Greener (University of Strathclyde) publish analysis of UK media coverage from the first months of the COVID pandemic.

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