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Discover Criminology – Tuesday, 29 November

The Discover Criminology Day is a great opportunity to find out what it would be like to be a criminology undergraduate student at The University of Manchester.

The day is open to all interested students – no previous experience of criminology is needed. You’ll have the chance to get a taste of a lecture and some workshops on the sorts of topics that you could study at Manchester, as well as meeting current staff and students.

The lecture and workshops will cover topics such as definitions of crime, the development of the criminal justice system and the treatment of victims and prisoners within the system. In addition, participants will have plenty of time to discuss with staff and current students any questions they have about the course or life after graduation. This day will give students a real taste of what it is like to study criminology at this University.

Provisional programme

9.30am–9.45am Arrival, registration and refreshments
9.45am–9.55am Welcome and introduction
9.55am–10.20am Overview of degree programmes
10.20am–10.50am Criminology mini-lecture
10.50am–11.50am Break and workshop sign-up 
11.05am–11.55am Campus and departmental tour 
11.55am–12.30pm Lunch
12.30pm–1pm Workshop choice 1 (3 available)
1.55pm–2.40pm Workshop choice 2 (3 available)
2.50pm–3.10pm Question-and-answer session with criminology students
3.10pm–3.30pm Evaluation and close