Criminal Justice Work
Crime exists all over the world and knows no borders. From terrorism to organised crime to illegally downloaded content, crime is omnipresent and international. And to keep up, law enforcement needs to look across national borders as well. This means for professionals working in law ...
This means for professionals working in law enforcement and crime prevention – police, policy makers, paralegals and social workers – that they have to work together with their international counterparts. In this programme, you learn about the various aspects of international crime fighting. Assignments and lectures have a practical approach and are developed in co-creation with practitioners in the field.
This programme is truly international, with students from all over the world, and offers you a virtual journey through the culturally diverse legal, governmental and social views on crime control and prevention. The programme consists of six courses, three per period.
There are no additional entry requirements.
When you move to a different country to study, there are lots of things to arrange. For instance, where will you live? Visit the practical information page.