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Interpersonal Violence and Abuse StudiesFusehill Street, Carlisle
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Location: Fusehill Street, Carlisle
Study mode full-time
Start Date: 2019/09/01
Duration: 12 months
Intl fees: £3500
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If you have a background in psychology, sociology or criminology, our course is ideal for gaining greater insight into the effects of being abusive or being abused. You'll develop a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of a broad range of topics pertinent to interpersonal violence and abuse. We look at the impact of abuse in different international, cultural and social contexts, and you'll have the chance to examine practice and research from theoretical perspectives. To learn more about how violence and abuse affects our lives, sign up for our programme.
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1st or 2nd Class Honours degree. Students with other qualifications may be admitted to the course via accredited prior learning (APL) procedures.
IELTS: 6.5 (minimum of 5.5 - 6 in each component)
Notice: This is the default IELTS grade for University of Cumbria.
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International students can make use of a variety of resources to help them apply and prepare for attending the university. This starts with information by country about the application requirements and process as well as about visas and immigration information. There is a Centre for English Language Learning and Teaching that makes available courses for those wishing to learn or improve their English skills while there is help on hand for daily life issues such as banking, health care, accommodation and even bringing family to the UK while studying. The university will even help with getting from the airport to the university and finding your way around when you first arrive. All students are automatically members of the student union who are available to help and support students as well as represent them within the university and nationally. There are three full time offices of the union, two at Carlisle and one in Lancaster. The union also operates the clubs and societies for a fulfilling extracurricular life ranging from sports to interest and cultural groups as well as volunteer work and academic interests.