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The Cyber Crime and Terrorism programme will be of interest to those who are interested in both cyber crime and cybersecurity more generally as well as those seeking specialist study of terrorism. It will be useful for students who have undertaken an undergraduate degree in anything from criminology or law, to computer science and psychology, and who are looking to specialise in this important area. Continuing, mature, international and part-time students would also be welcome for this programme of study.
Cyber crime and terrorism are among the biggest threats facing society and are key priorities for government at all levels.
Applicants for the Cyber Crime and Terrorism should hold a 2:1 undergraduate degree, or equivalent, in a relevant area, such as: law, criminology, politics, sociology or computer science (other disciplines may also be relevant). English requirement IELTS test (with a score of at least 6.5 and 6.0 in each component) or Swansea University recognised equivalent. Please visit our website for more information on entry requirements for the Cyber Crime and Terrorism course.
Please visit our website for the Cyber Crime and Terrorism course fee information.
EU/International Students: 22 March 2021
UK Students: 28 June 2021
The School of Law at Swansea University takes pride in offering an exceptional student experience and a progressive curriculum. It is our ambition to deliver education and research that equips our students with the skills and experiences necessary to understand and confront societal challenges.
In support of this ambition, the School is pleased to offer “Inspiring Futures” scholarships, worth £3,000 each, for students who have accepted a place to study on one of our full-time taught Master's programmes.
In addition to the financial contribution, scholarship recipients will benefit from opportunities to gain career- enhancing skills. Recipients will be encouraged to:
- Work with the School’s marketing team to help promote the scholarships and School;
- Join one of the student societies linked to the School, or to become a course representative for their degree programme;
- Contribute to the development and running of the School’s Graduate
The skills, experiences, and confidence you will gain by taking part in these activities will help you stand out from your peers and strengthen your CV.
Eligible master’s programmes
LLM in Human Rights
LLM in Intellectual Property & Commercial Practice
LLM in International Commercial Law
LLM in International Commercial and Maritime Law
LLM in International Maritime Law
LLM in International Trade Law
LLM in Legal Practice and Advanced Drafting
LLM in LegalTech
LLM in Oil, Gas and Renewable Energy Law
MA in Applied Criminal Justice and Criminology
MA in Cyber Crime and Terrorism
To apply for one of these scholarships, you must be in receipt of an offer to study on an eligible, full-time, master’s programme (excludes LPC and GDL courses) at the School of Law, starting in 2021/22.
We will take into consideration your:
- Academic competence;
- Financial need;
- Enthusiasm and future plans; and
-Ability and plans to contribute back to the School of Law and to Swansea University.
Applications from students of any nationality are welcome.
Please visit our website for more information.
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