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Criminology and Sociology, BSc (Hons), with industry placement

Kingston University, United Kingdom

 
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Subject ranking

Overall
UK / Guardian
60th
Criminology
UK / The Times
73rd
Social sciences
UK / Times
80th

Costs

Course feesS$24.3K / year
Entertainment, books
food & rent
S$24.6K / year
Beer S$10
MacDonalds S$13
Cinema S$20
Coffee S$6
TotalS$48.9K / year

Entry requirements

A Level BBC
Diploma 2.2
International Baccalaureate 25

Scholarships

Postgraduate Scholarships
£4000 for tuition
11 - 20 available
Undergraduate Scholarships
£4000 for tuition
21 - 50 available
International Student Loyalty Bursary (Alumni)
10% for tuition
Unlimited quantity
International Student Loyalty Bursary (Family)
10% for tuition
Unlimited quantity
British Chevening Scholarships
100% for tuition and living expenses
Limited quantity

Information

Course
Code
ML39(1)
University
Code
K84
Upcoming
Intakes
Sep 2024
Course
Website (External)
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Information
WHATSAPP
+65 9650 3225
HOTLINE
+65 6333 1300

Duration

4 years
Graduate
2028
About the course

Reasons to choose Kingston– Through a work placement or volunteering option, you’ll be able to practise your skills and gain valuable experience for your future career.– Fieldwork may include court observations, empirical research and case study analysis, allowing you to apply theory to real-life situations.– Kingston is just a short journey from many criminal justice organisations, international NGOs, charities and governmental organisations.About this courseThis course explores challenges that globalisation presents to social order, social justice and human rights. It considers how individual experiences, identities and opportunities are shaped by social circumstances, and how social life can change. This course further investigates how crime spreads across national borders. You’ll examine national and international measures taken to police crime and limit harm.You’ll also study the criminal justice system in England and Wales, explore issues of discrimination in the criminal justice system and have opportunities to consider power and the crimes of corporations and states.You’ll be encouraged to volunteer for relevant organisations such as victim support helplines, advocacy groups, justice campaigns, international charities and NGOs.Sandwich YearThis course has a sandwich year which takes place between Year 2 and your Final Year. During this sandwich year you will take a placement within a relevant setting, ensuring you gain essential experience to add to your CV and help you secure a graduate job.You’ll be encouraged to volunteer for relevant organisations such as victim support helplines, advocacy groups, justice campaigns, international charities and NGOs.

A local representative of Kingston University in Singapore is available online to assist you with enquiries about this course.