The Faculty of Social Sciences
was established in 1967 and has since then undergone rapid expansion and significant transformation. The Faculty currently consists of Departments of Geography, Politics and Public Administration, Psychology, Social Work and Social Administration and Sociology. Nine multi-disciplinary research centres have been formed in the Faculty, providing the platform for inter- and intra-faculty collaboration to pursue excellence in research and teaching.
The Faculty offers five full-time and three part-time first-degree programmes with a total enrolment of more than 1,200 students. The undergraduate programmes aim to provide a broad education and establish the foundation for life-long learning. The Faculty also offers around 20 taught postgraduate programmes, providing students with valuable opportunities to upgrade their knowledge and to strengthen their network.