Applicants for this course should have achieved a UK High II.i Honours Degree.
If your degree is not from the UK, please check International Qualifications to find the equivalent in your country.
At least a high 2:i honours degree (67 per cent) from a UK university or equivalent from other institution (GPA 3.6/4).
Months of entry
- to offer up-to-date and high-quality degree courses, introducing students to some of the most important theory, methods and research in criminology;
- to offer a sound academic foundation to those who aspire to undertake a PhD and/or a career in teaching and research in criminology or related fields; and
- to provide a sound foundation of knowledge and methodological skills to those who wish to work in a wide range of criminal justice agencies, the legal profession, or other professional or voluntary organisations.
Fees and funding
The Institute offers funding from the Wakefield Scholarship Fund (for applicants born or educated in Canada, Australia or New Zealand) and the Manuel López-Rey Studentship Fund (open to all applicants). A number of applicants are also put forward each year for ESRC studentships, which cover the costs of tuition fees and provide contributions towards living expenses and additional study opportunities.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Course administrator