Mphil Criminology Cambridge University
The one-year M.Phil. courses in Criminology and Criminological Research at the Institute are among the largest full-time graduate courses in Criminology in the United Kingdom, and regularly recruit over 30 students each year from a range of countries and disciplinary backgrounds. The courses have a high national and international standing, and the course in Criminological Research is an Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) recognised doctoral pathway, meaning that applicants for that course are eligible to apply in the national competition for 1+3 ESRC funding via the Institute. Studying in Cambridge provides an opportunity to learn from internationally established academics, and to experience graduate study at one of the world’s leading universities.
If you are interested in studying in Cambridge for a Criminology M.Phil. then please take a look at our Prospective Students page to find out more.
Current students can access resources for their course from the Current Students page. Access is available from within the Institute of Criminology, or by using your Raven password to login from outside the Institute.
M.St. in Applied Criminology, Penology and Management. This course is designed for criminal justice practitioners and is open to members of HM Prison Service and the Probation Service, and also to other candidates working in the Criminal Justice System both in the United Kingdom and overseas.
Students on the course are taught by Cambridge specialists with UK and overseas experience, complemented by leading visiting academics and practitioners. Staff have considerable experience of criminological research and of delivering postgraduate programmes for criminal justice practitioners.