Ball State University students spend one week at Keele, developing an understanding of the English Legal system through selected lectures.
Students participate in a one-week UK Criminology Programme, allowing them to develop their understanding of the English Legal system through selected lectures. They will participate in a number of specially selected field trips designed to give students an experience of English law, allowing them to draw comparisons between the US and UK legal systems.
What to Expect
Students take specially selected classes across the work and meet with Keele students. A visit to Keele's crime scene house is also included!
The programme includes a number of field trips including:
- Newcastle Under Lyme - Magistrates Court
- Nottingham - National Justice Museum
- Chester - Crown Court
- Stafford - Police HQ
Students stay in a local hotel near to campus with other participants. Rooms are usually shared.