Forty Criminology students recently undertook a tour of the University of Manchester campus. This educational trip aimed to provide students with a first-hand experience of the diverse academic offerings available at one of the region’s premier universities.

The tour started with a look around the campus, allowing our students to familiarise themselves with the state-of-the-art facilities and vibrant learning environment. Subsequently, the students were treated to a comprehensive overview of the courses available, offering them valuable insights into potential areas of study and career paths.

 A highlight of the visit was the engaging sessions facilitated by University lecturers. These sessions delved into thought-provoking topics such as global social challenges, the pervasive impact of misinformation in the media, and the imperative for legal evolution in response to advancements in technology and artificial intelligence. The students actively participated in discussions, gaining a deeper understanding of criminology and these critical societal issues.

 “The visit to the University of Manchester not only broadened their academic horizons but also exposed them to cutting-edge insights and perspectives,” remarked Darryl Wood, Head of Subject. This collaborative initiative demonstrates Carmel’s commitment to providing its students with well-rounded educational opportunities that go beyond textbook knowledge. By forging partnerships with esteemed institutions like the University of Manchester, Carmel continues to empower its students with the skills and knowledge necessary for success in an ever-evolving global landscape.