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Psychology with Criminology, BSc (Hons), with industry placement

Kingston University, United Kingdom

 
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Subject ranking

Overall
UK / Guardian
60th
Overall
UK / Guardian
60th
Criminology
UK / The Times
73rd

Costs

Course feesS$26.8K / year
Entertainment, books
food & rent
S$24.6K / year
Beer S$10
MacDonalds S$13
Cinema S$20
Coffee S$6
TotalS$51.4K / 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
C8M9(1)
University
Code
K84
Upcoming
Intakes
Sep 2024
Course
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Information
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+65 9650 3225
HOTLINE
+65 6333 1300

Duration

4 years
Graduate
2028
About the course

Reasons to choose Kingston– This course combines two complementary subjects, examining why crimes arise and how they affect individuals and society.– You’ll use purpose-built laboratories with high- specification equipment (EEG, eye-tracking, a driving simulator, an observation lab for interviews and behavioural recordings and specialised cognitive and physiological testing).– There’s the opportunity for work-based practice, which will increase your employability after you graduate. About this courseOn this course, you’ll evaluate many of society’s current issues and learn how psychology and criminology can raise questions and find answers.You’ll explore key theories and ideas of psychological science and criminology. You’ll gain a deeper insight into the human mind and behaviour, develop an understanding of how we behave, think and interact, and study how we respond to crime, criminal behaviour and victimisation. You’ll find out why individuals offend, how their crimes affect society and how the criminal justice system operates.Throughout the degree, you’ll develop skills valued by employers, such as teamwork, communication, time and task management skills, statistical analysis of data, problem-solving and the ability to critically evaluate evidence.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.

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