Research course

Criminal Justice

Institution
Canterbury Christ Church University · Law and Criminal Justice Studies
Qualifications
MPhilPhD

Entry requirements

The minimal qualification for PhD applicants is: a good bachelor's degree in a relevant subject, an excellent research proposal. However, a Master's degree is often preferred as evidence of some experience in research. Holders of other qualifications are welcome to apply.

Months of entry

January, October

Course content

See http://www.canterbury.ac.uk/StudyHere/Postgraduate/PostgraduateResearch/HowToApply.aspx

Department specialisms

The MPhil/PhD in Criminal Justice is available in the Department of Law and Criminal Justice Studies. The Department has particular strengths in policing, criminal justice and criminology and has a vibrant research culture underpinned by the work of Criminal Justice Practice -which supplies applied research, evaluation, consultancy and training to the criminal justice sector on both national and international projects. Enquiries should be directed to Dr Tom Cockcroft, tom.cockcroft@canterbury.ac.uk.

Information for international students

Canterbury Christ Church University welcomes applications from international Students. http://www.canterbury.ac.uk/StudyHere/International/Home.aspx

Fees and funding

Canterbury Christ Church University Graduate School holds an annual scholarship competition. Details can be found here:

http://www.canterbury.ac.uk/study-here/postgraduate-research/funding-for-research-degrees.aspx

Qualification and course duration

MPhil

block mode
NA months
part time
36 months
distance learning
36 months
full time
24 months

PhD

block mode
NA months
part time
60 months
distance learning
60 months
full time
36 months

Course contact details

Name
Graduate School/Dr Tom Cockcroft
Email
graduateschool@canterbury.ac.uk
Phone
+44 (0)1227 782701