Law and Criminology
The study of Law will give you a broad and thorough understanding into the legal systems on which much of our daily life is based. Studying Criminology will allow you to focus primarily on factors that contribute to criminal behaviour and how to manage them.
Why study Law and Criminology courses?
The quality of education at law schools in the UK is highly attractive, resulting in a significant portion of students coming to study from overseas. A Law degree will provide you with the skills required to practice law, for example through mooting (a mock legal hearing where you argue points of law), and pro bono work. General skills include research, interpretation and explanation of complex subjects, analytical thinking and practical problem solving, good oral communication, negotiation, teamwork, attention to detail and the ability to draft formal documents.
What jobs can you get as a Law and Criminology graduate?
If you decide not to work in law, you can still excel in a wide range of professions such as academia, media, business, politics and banking. A Law degree is considered very highly among employers as it shows you can communicate well, engage in critical thinking, and have great reasoning skills
- Criminal Investigation with
- Criminology and Psychology