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EU code
10.4 - Criminal Law, Criminology
3 - PhD
Free University of Berlin, Germany
Department of Law
PhD Exchange in Criminology, Prison research, Juvenile Justice, Victimology
English or German
Language requirements
Participants should be fluent in both written and spoken English. Applicants from countries where English is not the language of instruction need to have obtained a score of at least 550 on the TOEFL test (or a score of at least 213 on a computer TOEFL test) or provide proof of an equivalent test or provide proof that part of their education was in English. Or equal knowledge of German. (courses are offered only in German, but are not mandatory)
Academic requirements
Master in Law, Psychology, Sociology or Criminology
Max available positions
PhD students may attend courses in the field of specialisation Criminology and Criminal Justice (in German only, but not mandatory) and will get supervision and support for their own research project (in English possible)
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10 months between Oct 1 2014 and Aug 1 2015
Contact person
Prof. Dr. Kirstin Drenkhahn (
Additional information
Requests for more information should indicate that they refer to the Erasmus Mundus programme.