Master of Criminal Law
You have completed you Bachelor of Law and want to acquire mastery in the Criminal Laws?

Master of Criminal Law

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Study content within your Masters 

The Masters of Criminal Law is usually offered as a very specific programme. For instance, universities may offer programmes in law, related to economic offences, international criminal law, human rights infringements or war crimes. It is merely the international forms of criminal law that are popular among many postgraduate aspirants.

Globalisation processes and an increased mobility facilitate organised crime and institutions, such as Interpol have been created to protect world society. It is the perpetual actuality of the topic that attracts so many students.

With a one to two years lasting Masters programme you will get, after completion, the academic title of Master of Law.

Career perspectives with this Master

Your professional prospects as an alumni of a Masters degree in Criminal Law do not stop at being a lawyer. Experts in Criminal Law take up tasks in business consultancy firms, human rights associations, the judicial branch in general or politics. 

The following universities offer a Master of Criminal Law:

    study programmes     universities
comprehensive profile   Master of Laws in Law (LL.M. in Law)   comprehensive profile   University of Antwerp
  Law (Criminal Law)     Teesside University
  Criminology and Socio-Legal Research     University of Essex
  Criminology and Criminal Justice     University of West London
  Criminology and Law     Bangor University
  Criminology and Criminal Justice     Aberystwyth University
  International Criminal Justice and Armed Conflict     University of Nottingham
  Criminal Justice & Penal Change     University of Strathclyde
  Criminal Justice     Queen Mary University of London
  Human Rights and Criminal Justice     University of Aberdeen
  Criminal Justice     University of Portsmouth
  Criminology and Criminal Justice     University of Oxford
  Criminology     Liverpool Hope University
  Globalising Justice     University of Lincoln
  The Criminal Justice Process     University of Salford
  Crime and Justice     University of South Wales
  Criminology and International Justice     Aberystwyth University
  Comparative Criminology and Criminal Justice     Bangor University
  Criminology and Criminal Justice     Southampton Solent University
  Criminal Law and Procedure     The University of Sunderland
  Criminal Justice     Liverpool John Moores University
  Applied Criminal Justice and Criminology     Swansea University
  International Criminal Law     University of Sussex
  Criminology and Criminal Justice     Durham University
  Law (Specialism Criminal Justice)     University of Kent
  Police Leadership, Strategy and Organisation     University of Derby
  Criminology and Sociology     Bangor University
  Law and Criminology     Bangor University
  Politics of Conflict, Rights & Justice     SOAS, University of London
  Global Crime, Justice and Security     Liverpool John Moores University
  Criminology and Criminal Justice     Keele University
  International Human Rights and Terrorism Law     Lancaster University
  Dispute and Conflict Resolution     SOAS, University of London
  LLM/MA Law     SOAS, University of London
  Criminal Justice Policy     London School of Economics and Political Science
  Criminology and Criminal Justice     Bangor University
  Law (Specialism International Criminal Justice)     University of Kent
  Security, Conflict and Justice     University of Leeds
  International Criminal Law and Procedure     London South Bank University
  Criminal Justice and Criminal Law     University of Leeds
  ...     ...


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