Double Degree Master in Sociology specialization: Criminal Justice with Anglia Ruskin University
Area of Studies
Degree (in English)
Magister / Master of Arts
Tuition and Other Fees
Application fee 85 PLN
Tuition fee (per semester): 12 200 PLN (EU-resident) 16 700 PLN (NON EU-resident)
possibility of spreading into installments
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Course ProfileThis is a new, collaborative, joint degree between Collegium Civitas and Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge.
In response to a growing interest in criminology as well as in the Polish and the UK criminal justice system, this innovative 2-year Master’s Degree provides an opportunity for students, or criminal justice professionals, to acquire sophisticated criminological knowledge and critically engage with current debates within criminology that impact upon the functioning of the criminal justice systems in many countries. This course will draw upon cutting-edge, internationally recognised research and equip students with the advanced understanding of crime, punishment and its alternatives, the workings of the criminal justice system and the delivery of criminal justice policies. By exploring key concepts and features of criminal processes in comparative perspective, this course seeks to provide practical ideas in order to promote mutual legal assistance and enhance cooperation between various criminal justice agencies.
In studying this discipline at postgraduate level students will also broaden their skills in research design and undertake original and empirical criminological research. On completion of this programme, students will be able to apply modern criminological concepts and examine criminal justice policies in Poland and beyond.
Education RequirementsHolders of bachelor diplomas may apply for the Master programs. A certificate of proficiency in English for foreigners is required (unless the bachelor or high school courses were taught in English).
Please, visit the website https://www.civitas.edu.pl/en/academic-offer/international-history-and-security-studies-ma-full-time-english/admissions-international-history-and-security-studies-ma-full-time-english
Other Requirements• Transcript of records with a minimum of 4.0 GPA on a 5-point scale or UK honours degree with a minimum classification of 2:2
• The result 6.5 of the Test of International English Language Testing System (IELTS). Not needed for native English speakers
Additional requirements during the studies:
1. In order to progress to ARU, CC Magister degree students must have successfully completed the relevant 30 ECTS credits at CC as defined in the module mapping, with a minimum of 3.75 GPA on a 5-point scale. To be evidenced by official transcript.
2. In order to progress to ARU, CC Magister degree students must also demonstrate English language proficiency equivalent to IELTS 6.5. The ARU English Language Proficiency Test will be conducted at CC once a year for all progressing students who do not have an IELTS or other equivalent qualification.
3. All applicants to ARU requiring a Tier 4 student visa must ensure that they meet all of the relevant requirements as defined by UKVI. ARU reserves the right not to sponsor for visa purposes, any applicant that does not provide satisfactory evidence to demonstrate that they meet all of the UKVI requirements.
4. Progression from CC to ARU is not guaranteed and is subject to applicants meeting all relevant ARU entry requirements and progression conditions.
5. CC Magister students who complete the minimum 60 ECTS at CC and 60 ECTS at ARU as per above and who meet all of the respective academic and course requirements of the respective institutions, will receive awards from both institutions: MA or MSc from ARU and Magister degree from CC.
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Palace of Culture and Science,
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