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.
Paid work internships through Q-Step
Gain quantitative skills in organisations like the World Bank and government departments.
Study at a Top 10 UK University (QS World University Rankings 2023).
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Your learning experience
A week in the life of a BA Criminology student
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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
Hear how undergraduates and students in prison learn together.
Careers and employability
Make your mark at Manchester
Our Criminology degree enables you to build a rich portfolio of skills and knowledge.
Criminology is a diverse and fascinating subject, and the transferable skills that you develop during your time with us will open many doors.
Discover more : about careers and employability on our Criminology master's
Q-step student stories
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Your student experience
Amy Tyley talks about how working in the Legal Advice Centre and Miscarriages of Justice Review Centre has helped her.
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Pursuing a career in law
Emily shares her story and her interest in both criminology and law.
Victoria Smith discusses her role at the Home Office and how the Q-step internship helped her kick-start her career.
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