A member of the Russell Group, which comprises the UK’s 24 leading research-intensive universities, it is UK’s leading centre for sociology, social policy and criminology for over 100 years.
The University of Liverpool is one of the great centres of research, knowledge and innovation. Its pioneering reputation attracts students, experts, and partners from around the world. Through research, teaching, and collaboration, the university seeks to be life-changing and world-shaping.
Throughout its history, the university has influenced society with novel research insights in fields, such as crime, health, welfare, housing, inequality, and the operation of political power at local, national and global levels. Today, it is internationally renowned for its research and has a dynamic community of academic staff and students, who work together in a shared spirit of discovery.
Its Department of Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology offer a unique environment for the study of social science as a critical, evidence-based discipline that inspires constructive suggestions for social reform. This shared pursuit of research-based knowledge in support of social justice sets this department apart from most of its contemporaries in the UK and beyond.
The BA (Hons) Criminology & Security was launched in 2013 and is the first criminology degree in Singapore. It is a full time, three-year undergraduate degree.