Crime in London

Why study this module?

Our Crime in London module takes four weeks to complete and is part of our International Summer School programme. This module will introduce you to crime studies and how crime is addressed by the criminal justice system in London.

You'll learn about crime control and crime prevention strategies deployed in the capital. You will also examine crime trends in London.

All of our summer school modules are worth 15 UK credit points / 3 US credit points / 7.5 ECTS. Upon successful completion we will provide you with a transcript of records.

Please note that our summer school modules are currently subject to validation. In the unlikely event that a module isn’t validated by its start date, we will get in touch to discuss the options available to you.

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Applications now open!

To register for this summer school module you'll need to fill in our application form below.

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Application deadline: 1 April 2021

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Entry requirements

You can apply for a place on this summer school module if you are 18-years-old or above. If you are a non-native speaker you can also choose to take this module in combination with our English Language module.

You should have an English language certificate confirming your level B1 of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) qualification. Acceptable English language certificates include IELTS, Cambridge Advanced or Cambridge Proficiency Certificate, TOEFL and institutional tests such as those offered by the German Academic Exchange Service. Exceptions may apply if you are a native speaker or if your current degree is being taught in English (UK NARIC certification required). 

You may need a visitor visa to attend the summer school depending on your nationality and personal circumstances. A standard visitor visa will cost £95 and we will provide you with visa guidance after you have submitted your application.

This module can also be taken in combination with our Internship in London module. Entry requirements for this combination can be found on our Internship in London page.

 

More about this module

On this module you'll learn about the models of the criminal justice system and consider how these might be used to understand its role and functions. You'll also outline the journey of an offender from crime to sentencing, drawing on case studies and by analysing crime trends and crime prevention approaches in London. 

The main themes covered in this module include:

  • concepts of justice
  • the police and prosecution 
  • the courts and sentencing 
  • prisons and probation (corrections) 
  • victims of crime
  • ‘bias’ in the criminal justice system
Teaching and assessment

Throughout this module you'll learn through a variety of methods including lectures, workshops and study trips. 

You'll be assessed by a portfolio based on one of the trips as well as a short essay on the work of one of the key agencies in the criminal justice system in London.

Module fees

The cost of this module is £1,400. Discounts are available if you wish to take more than one academic module from each session. Please contact us for further information. 

If you would like to take this module in combination with our English Language module, the total cost of your tuition fees would be £2,650. 

If you want to take this module in combination with our Internship in London module, the total cost of your tuition fees would be £3,500.

How to apply

To register for this summer school module you'll need to fill in our application form below.

International Summer School application form

Application deadline: 1 April 2021

If you have any questions, please get in touch with Noelle and Johanna from the summer school team at studyabroad@londonmet.ac.uk.