With a master’s in Forensics, Criminology and Law, a number of career opportunities are open for you. You can enter the legal profession, working as a lawyer, or within organisations such as the judiciary, the Ministry of Justice or the Public Prosecutor’s Office. Law enforcement services, as well as psychiatric services and institutions, are also looking for people with forensic knowledge. You can also become a professional legal researcher within governmental or educational institutions.
More than 300 students have graduated successfully from the master’s programme in Forensics, Criminology and Law. Alumni have found work as:
- policy officers
- forensic advisors
- anti-fraud coordinators
- probation officers
A number of graduates work abroad in countries such as Greece, Germany, Belgium and the UK.