Career prospects Victimology and Criminal Justice
The career prospects are various: graduates work at international and national, governmental and non-governmental organizations in the field of criminal justice, health care, disaster relief, human rights, etc.
Knowledge and skills
After completing the Master’s program in Victimology and Criminal Justice, you will be able to analyze and professionally address victimological problems with a particular focus on the victim in the context of the criminal justice system. Benefit from the helicopter skills you developed during the Master, enabling you to address societal issues with combined insights from law, psychology, and criminology.
Recent placements include:
- PhD student at INTERVICT, Netherlands
- Policy advisor at Victim Support, Netherlands
- Evidence reviewer at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon, Netherlands
- Programme officer at the Institute for Statelessness and Inclusion, Netherlands
- Policy & Advocacy Specialist, UNICEF Liaison Office to the AU and UNECA, Ethiopia
Alumni facts Tilburg Law School
- Average number of months until first paid job: 4
- Employer requires an academic Master’s degree: 59%
- Gross monthly income of our graduates in the first year: € 2.266,-
Source: National Alumni Survey, 2016 | n = 163
After your Master's
Support with your transition to the labor market
Working in the Netherlands after graduation
Interested in the MSc Victimology and Criminal Justice?
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