Usually, upper 2nd class Bachelor(Hons) degree PLUS masters degree - OR first class Bachelor(Hons) degree. International and European equivalents accepted.
Months of entry
The centre was established in 1987 as an interdisciplinary research institution. Its work is pursued through research projects, postgraduate students, and seminars and conferences.
Criminal Justice; Policing, Criminology; Court Process; Criminal Law; Evidence; Political Violence; Magistrates; Victims of Crime; Forensic Processes.
Information for international students
TOEFLS or IELTS certificate may be required.
Fees and funding
No direct funding available from the School of Law. You should contact the scholarships office. Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Qualification and course duration
MA by research
Course contact details
- Postgraduate Admissions
- 0113 343 5009
- 0113 343 2452