Part of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at Victoria University of Wellington, you can expect to learn from us current analyses of how societies and cultures are formed, how they are governed, how they break down and how we might envisage new and viable future social and cultural systems.
BA Honours degree student in Cultural Anthropology gets job in London in a digital marketing agency. Read more
"We contribute to a strong and vibrant social science presence here at Victoria University". Read more from Brigitte.
We can help you get a foot in the door. Read more about careers.
Criminology student Haezreena (Reena) Abdul Hamid, an Advocate & Solicitor in Malaysia, has come to New Zealand to research the life narratives of migrant women who have been arrested and detained in various detention centres in Malaysia. Read more about Reena.
British newspaper ‘The Guardian’ shares top 10 tips for Sociology Graduates around the globe. Read more
Expressions of interest are invited from university graduates to work part-time as tutors in undergraduate Cultural Anthropology, Criminology, Sociology and Social Policy courses in Trimester 1 2016. Read more
A Cultural Anthropology degree prepares students for excellent jobs and opens doors to many different career paths. It provides skills that are crucial for leadership roles and for understanding and addressing social problems. Read more
Why are giant corporations now seeking cultural expertise? Read more
Chris Nimmo, a recent Social Policy graduate, has taken up a Graduate Policy Analyst Position at Ministry of Social Development. Read more
Morning teas encourage community and collegiality amongst the School of Social and Cultural Studies' postgraduate students. Read more about our postgraduate students