What will I learn?

Chinese Studies - Studying Chinese at 50% will enable you to become fully proficient in reading, writing, speaking, and listening to the language. You will also deepen your knowledge and understanding of Chinese society and culture. Modules range from learning about ancient Chinese civilisation to contemporary Chinese cinema, from Confucius and Laozi to Chairman Mao, from Peking opera to Chinese rock music.

Criminology - Criminology involves the study of complex issues of crime and criminal justice. Criminologists play an important role in the criminal justice system. Studying Criminology as 50% of your degree gives you a thorough understanding of the role of criminology in society. Year One introduces you to criminology and serves as a foundation for the second and third years. During your second year, you will study understanding crime, justice and punishment to provide you with a broader and deeper coverage of criminological perspectives and criminal justice controversies. By Year Three, you will be able to study from a range of areas that include: Crimes of the powerful; Community and public involvement in crime and criminal justice; The risk society; Criminal victimisation; Youth crime, youth justice and social control. In Year Three you may wish to study for your dissertation if you have completed the research methods modules.

Which department am I in?

Combined Honours

Study options

Full time with time abroad (4 Years)

Tuition fees
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Start date

28 September 2020


Main Site

The Foundation Building,

Brownlow Hill,


L69 7ZX, England

Entry requirements

For students from United States

Students need to have ACT Score of 27; Advanced Placement Test AP Test Grade 4; College Entrance Examination Board (CEEB) Tests; High School Diploma Quality Point 3; International Baccalaureate IB Points 28. 6.0 with minimum 5.5 in each component.

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About this uni

The university’s international community includes more than 8,000 students from over 130 countries.

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  • Many scholarships and awards for international students
  • GBP 800 million invested in campus and academic facilities