The new Undergraduate Q-Step Prospectus
Oxford Q-Step Centre is featured in the first national Undergraduate Q-Step Prospectus, which aims to answer the key questions of what Q-Step is, what are the advantages of studying it and which course might suit you best, in order to help aspiring social scientist choose the right course to develop essential data skills.
The prospectus was edited by Q-Step’s funders, with input from all fifteen Q-Step centres nationwide. The Nuffield Foundation, Economic and Social Research Council and the Higher Education Funding Council for England have funded a five year programme to embed and promote quantitative methods training within the social sciences. At Oxford, Q-Step courses are included within the Philosophy, Politics & Economics, History & Politics and Human Sciences BA degrees.
The prospectus is available to download here.