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  MSt in Applied Criminology and Police Management (Senior Leaders’ Master’s Degree Apprenticeship)


University of Cambridge    Institute of Criminology

Part time July Other 2 years part-time
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Embark on a transformative journey with the MSt in Applied Criminology and Police Management (Senior Leaders’ Master’s Degree Apprenticeship) at Cambridge. This prestigious programme is tailored for senior police officers and qualified individuals seeking to delve into cutting-edge research and theory in applied criminology and policing management. Through a comprehensive curriculum, participants will hone their skills in research application, strategic analysis, and effective communication of findings. The course spans two years, with three dynamic teaching blocks covering diverse topics such as Criminological Theory, Leadership, Research Methods, and Evidence-Based Policing. With access to the renowned Radzinowicz Library and guidance from leading academics and police executives, students will be equipped to drive innovation in law enforcement practices. Entry requirements include a UK II.i Honours Degree and proficiency in Mathematics and English. Join a global cohort of police leaders and immerse yourself in a supportive learning environment that fosters growth and excellence.

About the course

The [Senior Leader] Apprenticeship [course at Cambridge] is dependent on the finalisation and confirmation of a new Apprenticeship Standard by the Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education. This may result in the need to make changes to the advertised course specification. If changes to the advertised course are required, applicants/accepted candidates and their employers will be notified. They will have the opportunity to review any required course changes and will be free to withdraw their application without prejudice if the changes do not meet their needs, and their employer will be entitled to a full refund of any application or tuition fees paid. The candidate and their employer must notify the University of their intention to withdraw from the course within 10 working days of receipt of notification of any required changes.

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Entry Requirements

Applicants for this course should have achieved a UK II.i Honours Degree.

If your degree is not from the UK, please check International Qualifications to find the equivalent in your country.

Applicants are also required to supply evidence of obtaining a Regulated Qualifications Framework Level 2 Mathematics and English (i.e. GSCE grades A*-C) if completed prior to course start. If unable to provide, please state this during the application process.


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