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Experience Social Science

Develop global solutions for a fairer world.

Learn how to translate your passion for injustices related to the environment, health, and local and global inequalities into a diverse range of careers that await you after you complete a Bachelor of Social Science at UQ. 

What's involved

  • Interactive mini-lectures on social science approaches to tackling global, community, environmental and health injustices provided by Dr Lynda Shevellar, Professor Kristen Lyons and Dr Rebecca Olson (these mini-lectures cover content relevant to ‘21st century skills’ in the new senior syllabus of the Queensland Curriculum & Assessment Authority)
  • Career pathways and advice from recent graduates of the Bachelor of Social Science
  • Information session on the Bachelor of Social Science program at UQ
  • Q&A session.

Who can attend

  • Domestic or international students aged 15 or over
  • Non-school leavers
  • Parents and guardians.
  • Career advisors
  • Teachers and principals.

More information

For more information about the event, contact the UQ School of Social Science: