A Masters degree is an academic degree awarded to individuals who successfully denote a higher level of expertise. There are two main types of Masters - taught and research.
Criminology is the area of study that focuses on the causes, consequences, and prevention of criminal behavior. It is especially helpful for members of law enforcement, such as detectives, police, probation officers and judges.
Officially known as the Italian Republic, the country is found in southern Europe. The official language is Italian and the cultural rich capital is Rome. Many of the world's oldest universities are located in Italy, in particular the University of Bologna (founded in 1088). There are three Superior Graduate Schools with "university status", three institutes with the status of Doctoral Colleges, which function at graduate and post-graduate level.
The curriculum is aimed at equipping students with deep and extensive knowledge of up-to-date criminological theories and research in different fields, with special atten
The curriculum International Criminology (IC): starting with 2018/2019, prepares students with an interdisciplinary approach to the study of crime and social control in the international and transnational contexts. The curriculum is aimed at equipping students with deep and extensive knowledge of up-to-date criminological theories and research in different fields, with special attention to the historical, legal and socio-political settings for the analysis of international, transnational and cross-border crime.
5 reasons to enrol on the degree programme
A multicultural community of students and academics
Four different curricula in English
An international environment
Many opportunities for mobility abroad (Erasmus, Overseas, dissertation funding)
Training internships in real work environments
The International Master’s in Advanced Research in Criminology
The International Master’s in Advanced Research in Criminology (IMARC) is the only existing 2-year programme in criminology that focuses on border crossing, security and
The International Master’s in Advanced Research in Criminology (IMARC) is the only existing 2-year programme in criminology that focuses on border crossing, security and social justice. The joint programme is offered by four different Universities in Europe.
IMARC deals with crucial issues ranging from the impact of the growing influx of migrants in relation to internal and external border control, transnational organised crime, human rights concerns, urban security and threats of radicalisation and terrorism, to the role of cybercrime, corporate malfeasance and the increase of hate crimes, racism and xenophobia. A major theme in addressing these current issues is the question of how to organize security as well as safeguard human rights. IMARC addresses the need for criminological expertise in the context of a common European criminal justice area coupled with challenges of internal and external border control and wider international developments....