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Travel Scholarships announced for comparative criminal justice and policing research in Australia

Criminal Justice Centre cooperation with the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence in Policing and Security, which is hosted by Griffith University in Queensland, has led to the establishment of two Discretionary Travel Scholarships to support student mobility for eligible masters students undertaking studies at Queen Mary University of London in the fields of comparative criminal law, criminology and security.

5 November 2013

The purpose of the scholarship is to enable masters students to undertake research in Australia. The scholarship will provide a grant to assist with accommodation and travel. A requirement for application is that the research is comparative. Students will benefit from the knowledge of experienced researchers at CEPS available to them throughout the time of their stay and draw on the extensive connections of CEPS with Australian and overseas government agencies, in particular in the fields of criminal justice and policing.

  • For further information about the 'Masters Mobility Programme' contact Saskia Maria Hufnagel, Lecturer in Criminal Law, by email on s.m.hufnagel@qmul.ac.uk.

 

 

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