Application cohort 2021-2023 procedure

We have opened the submission for cohort 2021-2023. For EEA/EU students, the deadline is 30 June 2021. For non-EEA/EU the deadline is 1 May 2021, due to visa procedures. To start the admission procedure you can send the required documents to, or use the application button on the website: An original certified copy of your

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Common Sessions Fall 2020 – Digital Hamburg edition

The University of Hamburg will proceed with a mini CS event to give the students the opportunity to present their papers. This small edition (with two papers) happens on December 2 at 4 pm (Hamburg time), and students are invited to join. Presenting: Doreen Muhl: New Technologies and Their Application to Prisons. A Dispositiv analysis

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Hybrid classes during pandamic

IMARC offers her students hybrid education. We meet in classrooms, taking the COVID-19 measures into account. These classes can be followed via videoconferencing where we use Zoom or Teams. Face to face meetings remain the preference of students and lecturers. But we are pleased this hybrid form allows all students to keep up with their

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Immigration, asylum, and national security: A comparative perspective

Interesting webinar on Immigration, asylum and security: Monday, October 26, 2020 10:00AM – 1:00PM (EDT) William Antholis, Jeff Crisp, David Scott FitzGerald , Regina Jefferies, Brian Kelly, David Leblang, Erika Lee, Dara Lind, Doris Meissner, Kathleen Newland, Anne C. Richard

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Student blog

We are excited to announce that the first IMARC student blog is now live. Deviance Incubator is an IMARC student initiative from a group of Master’s students with diverse (research) interests, covering different topics with a transnational scope. Find the blog here.

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Successful start of the new cohort

On 31 August 2020 the second cohort of IMARC-students had their induction on campus. IMARC, the International Master’s in Advanced Research in Criminology, kicked off with 20 international students who origin from 10 different countries in and outside the European Union. IMARC is an interdisciplinary full-time programme that is designed to respond critically, scientifically and in

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