A single or joint honours degree of at least 2(ii) in Criminology, Sociology, Law, Political Science, Social Studies, Social Policy, or a related academic discipline. Applications from candidates who have relevant professional experience in lieu of a bachelor degree will also be considered. All applicants in this category will be invited for interview. IELTS and Internet-based TOEFL test scores of no less than 6.0 (with no element below 5.5) and 75 respectively, are usually acceptable.
Months of entry
Students will study a broad spectrum of topics including; crime, organisations and administrations in the field of criminal justice, the social causes and consequences of crime, social change and social structures, culture and identity and related issues. Compulsory modules: Compulsory: the research process; and justice; applied social research.
Information for international students
IELTS and Internet-based TOEFL test scores of no less than 6.0 (with no element below 5.5) and 75 respectively, are usually acceptable.
Fees and funding
Bursaries awarded on the strength of applications received. Academic achievement is a key criterion, a broad view of each candidate's academic, work experience and life achievements will be considered. Bursries vary in value up to £3,390 and are open to UK/EU and overseas students.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Debbie Pritchard
- +44 (0)1248 383023