MSc Victimology and Criminal Justice
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.
What is this master about?
Victimology can be considered the younger sister of criminology. Its object of study is the position of victims in society. Drawing upon the insights offered by law, psychology, criminology and other social sciences, victimologists look at the consequences of becoming of victim of crime, accidents or disasters with the ultimate aim of setting people on the path of recovery and restoration.
For whom is it meant?
Being the top-notch program in Victimology and Criminal Justice, this master is aimed at motivated students with educational backgrounds in criminology, law, psychology, sociology, anthropology and liberal arts.
Why study Victimology and Criminal Justice?
The Master aims at teaching students to academically analyze and professionally solve psychosocial, economic, political, and legal problems arising from victimization. It particularly focuses on the victim within the context of the criminal justice system.
Students can expect to acquire the necessary intellectual knowledge and skills to tackle victimological or related challenges in either a academic research or professional setting. With a growing need for employees with an academic background in victimology in international and national, governmental and non-governmental organizations in the field of criminal justice, health care, disaster relieve, human rights, etc. graduates of this program have a wide range of employment opportunities. The master also offers an excellent preparation for those who want to pursue a Ph D.
|Name||MSc Victimology and Criminal Justice|
|School||Tilburg Law School|
|Start of program||End of August|
|Duration||One Year (12 Months)|
|Title||Master of Science (MSc)|
|Tuition fees||Student Portal|
|Application deadlines||September 2016 intake|
|Non-EU/EEA students||1 April 2016|
|EU/EEA students||1 July 2016|
|Dutch students||1 August 2016|
|Bachelor’s with direct access||Criminology, Law, Liberal Arts, or Social Sciences (Psychology, Sociology, Anthropology)|
|More information||Please use contact page|