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The Master Victimology and Criminal Justice at Tilburg University is the only Master's program in Europe and one of a handful of programs worldwide, focusing on victimology. Read more
Past victimization, previous offending, psychopathology, aggression, being male. Which of these variables might be the best predictor of future violent (re)offending?. Read more
Why take this course?. This subject area provides an insight to the difficulties and challenges presented to people who become victims of crime, whether or not they choose to report the crime. Read more
Psychology is the key to understanding and modifying human behaviour and development. Our master covers a very wide range of areas, offers 11 tracks and a lot of room for your individual preferences. Read more
If you're interested in the study of crime and its related fields – and you want to learn more about the challenges facing politicians, policy makers and practitioners – then our Postgraduate Flexible Framework is for you. Read more
If you're interested in the study of crime and its related fields – and you want to learn more about the challenges facing politicians, policy makers and practitioners – then our Postgraduate Flexible Framework is for you. Read more
With 10 focused forensic psychology specializations such as Family Violence, Sex Offender Behavior, Cybercrimes, Terrorism, and Police Psychology, you can gain the expertise you need to drive positive change within the legal system. Read more
The course was one of the first to take an internationally comparative perspective across a broad range of criminology and criminal justice issues. It is designed to meet the needs of three groups of potential students. Read more
This British Psychological Society accredited Forensic Psychology Masters is designed to prepare psychology graduates with the academic knowledge and practical skills necessary to conduct practical work and research within a forensic context. Read more
This master's degree is aimed at students who are currently employed in / or who desire to be employed in a forensic mental health setting. Read more
The MSc Criminology will equip you with the substantive and methodological skills to understand contemporary crime and criminal justice policies and practices. Read more
Study criminology at an advanced level and gain a relevant, in-depth and sophisticated understanding of contemporary criminological theory, as well as the necessary skills to strengthen your competence as a learner and practitioner. Read more
Our Youth Justice, Community Safety and Applied Criminology Masters fills a two-fold gap in current academic provision. It provides experienced practitioners with the opportunity to apply academic knowledge to, and critically analyse and assess, the context in which they work. Read more
Why do people commit crime? What can we do to prevent crime? What are the connections between mental health and substance use in relation to offending and victimisation? These are a few of the questions criminologists strives to answer. . Read more
Study an intellectually challenging course which fosters a deep-level understanding of how our justice and penal system works. Benefit from the breadth and diversity of our academic expertise and our extensive professional links. Read more

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