Amin7
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What do you need to study criminology at university?
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OK so looking at the first 3 unis I could find that offered Criminology as an undergrad degree - English Literature seems to be one that comes up often, likely because Criminology is also an essay subject, and English Lit's known for being a lil' tough and good for those analytical skills. Psychology is also good, sciences don't seem to be necessary, but it might be of help? TBH as long as you have an essay subject in there apart from psychology you'll be fine, I think.
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Just had a little look around, unis don't tend to have specific subject requirements for criminology, e.g. York: https://www.york.ac.uk/study/undergr...a-criminology/. I would imagine that psychology or sociology would be useful however
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I'm going to uni for criminology this year. None of the universities I looked at had any subject requirements. Subjects like Law or sociology may be useful but not necessary
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