Congratulations on becoming an offer-holder in Criminology at The University of Manchester.
Understand the challenges that criminal justice systems face today and gain real insight into how criminological knowledge is applied to a variety of roles and sectors.
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Gain quantitative skills in organisations like the World Bank and government departments.
Top ten UK university for Criminology (Sunday Times Good University Guide by Subject 2020).
Your next steps
Careers and employability
Make your mark at Manchester
Our Criminology degree enables you to build a rich portfolio of skills and knowledge.
Our graduates earn an average salary of £29,000 after five years, and 90% of our graduates are in work or further study after 15 months (Discover Uni).
Your student experience
Amy Tyley talks about how working in the Legal Advice Centre and Miscarriages of Justice Review Centre has helped her.
Learning and support
Your learning experience
We've worked hard to ensure you have a rich learning experience despite the pandemic.
Many of the features that make our courses distinctive are still in place, including engaging formal lectures supported by smaller tutorials and seminars.
Support on your course
Criminology at Manchester is an active community that welcomes passionate students.
You’ll make friends through our many student societies, activities, and receive support from students through our peer-assisted support scheme.
Providing high-quality education
Your learning environment
We know this year has been challenging and uncertain for you all.
Whatever happens next, we will provide you with a quality learning environment while adjusting to any changes in public health guidelines.
Details of how teaching may change can be found below.
We don’t compromise on your student experience.
Lectures are usually delivered in person, on campus, and supported by seminars, group work and online activities to consolidate your learning.
Currently, all lectures are delivered online, usually live or occasionally pre-recorded, with supporting activities, such as Q&A sessions, and discussion boards, which are delivered through our online learning environment.
Seminars are smaller group sessions led by a member of staff which give you the opportunity to discuss topics covered in your lectures, in depth.
Currently, seminars are hosted online and, if possible, in a COVID-safe learning space on campus.
Students are offered extra support through Q&A sessions or discussion boards.
This could include working with other students to discuss a case, prepare and deliver a presentation, or to write a report.
Group work is important to consolidate and deepen your knowledge as well as develop important transferable skills.
Currently, group work takes place online through platforms including Zoom breakout rooms and Blackboard Collaborate.
Sammun talks about her online learning experience.
Sammun Mumtaz, a third-year student, talks about her positive experience of blended learning.
Social Sciences blended learning
Ashley talks about her online learning experience.
Hong Kong student, Ashely Ip, talks about blended learning.
Hear how undergraduates and students in prison learn together.
Victoria Smith discusses her role at the Home Office.
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