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Undergraduate and Postgraduate Studies in Criminology and Social Work
Bowland North, Lancaster University,
LA1 4YN, UK
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Undergraduate Admissions Information for Criminology
How to apply
Applications for all of our undergraduate degree programmes must be made through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). You can apply online at: http://www.ucas.ac.uk/students/apply.
How we deal with your application
In most cases we make a decision based on the information that you provide on your UCAS form so it is important that that you tell us your reasons for applying and why you think you are suitable for the course.
We are interested to read about any paid work or voluntary experience you may have, especially the ways in which you think it relates to your reasons for applying for our courses. You may also want to tell us on the form about any ideas that you have for future careers and, if you are planning to take a year out, how the experiences you are likely to gain in that year will be relevant to your chosen course.
Making an offer
If, from reading your application form, we feel that you will benefit from one of our courses, we will make one of two types of offers: unconditional or conditional.
Unconditional offers can be made if you already have suitable qualifications. We have flexibility in making unconditional offers, for example, if you have a substantial amount of relevant experience.
Conditional offers are made to applicants who are currently in the process of studying for their pre-university qualifications. Typical conditional offers are listed below:
Criminology (UCAS code M930); Criminology and Sociology (UCAS code LM39)
We do not normally ask applicants to have studied particular subjects (although some knowledge of a social science is very useful). General Studies is accepted as one of the best 3 grades if 4 A levels are taken.
In some cases we may invite you for an interview before we make our decision.
Law and Criminology. Admissions to the Law and Criminology degree programme are only dealt with by the Law department. If you are thinking of applying for the Law and Criminology degree you should visit the Law website.
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