Standard entry requirements are: * a masters degree by a UK university or a degree of a non UK institution deemed of equal standing * a first class or second upper class first bachelor degree award by a UK unviersity of a dgree of a non UK institution deemed of equal standing * a professional qualification recognised as equivalent to a degree * other qualifications and experience that have demonstrated that the applicant can meet the challenges and demands of the programme, and * two satisfactory references. Applicants may also be asked to provide an example of written work.
Months of entry
The Law and Criminal Justice Centre embraces a wide range of specialist topics, including Marine Law, Policing, Environment, Courts, Youth Justice, and many more.
The Centre's research broadly focuses on furthering reform, improving responses, and strengthening regulation of Legal and Criminal Justice issues. The Centre welcomes enquiries about post-graduate research opportunities from prospective students.
Information for international students
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Law and Criminal Justice Centre