Postgraduate Pathway in International Relations and Criminal Justice
The postgraduate pathway is for students who do not meet the traditional entry requirements for Stage 1 (Master's Degree) or who would benefit from additional academic preparation. Students can begin their postgraduate pathway at ICP and graduate from the University of Portsmouth with a world-class qualification.
Pathways at the University of Portsmouth
|Stage 1: Pre-Master's|
|Stage 2: Master's Degree in Social Science|
Stated University of Portsmouth fees are a guide only and are subject to change. For the most up to date fee listings please visit https://www.port.ac.uk/study/international-students/tuition-fees. All ICP course fees may be subject to review.
Stage 1: 1 semester
Stage 1: June
Stage 1: Pre-Master's
ICP at the University of Portsmouth
- Research Methods for Postgraduate Study
- Principles of Social Science
- Interactive Learning Skills and Communication for Postgraduate Study
Stage 2: Master's Degree in Social Science
University of Portsmouth
Degree awards from the University of Portsmouth
School of Social, Historical and Literary Studies
At Portsmouth, the study of politics and international relations explores power -- who has it and how they use it in national and global arenas. This means study and research in topics from globalisation to local governance, from economic integration to war and terrorism.
Institute of Criminal Justice Studies
The Institute of Criminal Justice Studies was founded in 1992 and has since become one of the UK's leading centres for research and course provision in criminology, criminal justice and police studies. With 50 academic staff and more than 1,800 students, the Institute is one of the largest departments of its kind and has become an internationally renowned focal point for the multidisciplinary study of crime and criminal justice processes. It draws together expertise in criminological analysis, applied psychology, police governance and management, victimology, penology, risk, security and international and comparative criminal justice.
School of Education and Continuing Studies
The course is intended for teachers, trainers, lecturers and instructors in the state, private, public, commercial or voluntary sectors of education and training who aspire to senior management positions. Many graduates of the course attain senior management positions in education or training organisations.
- Small, personalised classes
- Stage 1 (Pre-Master's) is a one semester stage
- Enter the Stage 1 (Pre-Master's) in June to progress to the Stage 2 (Master's degree) in September
- Heavily supported and focussed learning environment