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Criminology and policing courses

Gain essential skills and experience in criminology and policing

Jump-start your career in criminology with a degree tailored to support your ambitions.

Middlesex Clearing 2021

Most our courses are now in Clearing. Apply now to secure your place.

Criminology and policing at Middlesex

Specialise in criminal justice, policing, or youth justice and explore all aspects of modern criminology, from cybercrime to criminal psychology at one of the world’s longest-established criminology departments.

You’ll benefit from working on real life projects and access to close links to industry with key criminal justice agencies such as the Metropolitan Police and the Probation Service.

At postgraduate level you’ll get expert support for further study and advanced workplace experience.

Studying Criminology at Middlesex

Hear from current student Elizabeth who discusses what it's like to study criminology at Middlesex.

Our Criminology and Policing courses at a glance

Links to industry

We have close links to local prisons, youth offending teams and more.

Focus on your interests

through a variety of optional modules and specialist pathways.

Renowned academics

Our academics are not only some of the best in their field but also make real-world impact in the industry.

We're in the top 300 of Universities worldwide for Social Sciences.

THE World University Rankings, 2019

Criminology facilities

Experience the buzz and atmosphere of the court room in our specialist chambers located inside Hendon Town Hall.

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