Global Experiences in Criminal Justice
Each year, Comparative Issues in Criminal Justice courses combine in-class instruction and global immersion trips to provide UB students with the opportunity to learn, explore, and experience current issues in criminology, criminal justice, and victims services around the world. Studying abroad can be a life-changing experience, and may inspire you toward a new career path while experiencing a new culture, language and history.
Krakow, Poland, Summer 2020
- Course: CRJU404/CRJU703 Comparative Issues in Criminal Justice
- Travel Dates: May 30-June 10, 2020
- Open to undergraduate and graduate students
- Earn 3 credits
- Meets the undergraduate graduation requirement for Global Awareness and Diverse Perspectives
For more information, contact Prof. Gabriela Wasileski at email@example.com.
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Past Global Experiences
Read "Study Abroad 101: Getting a Beefeater to Smile" in the fall 2015 issue of the UB Magazine to learn more about the annual Global Experiences in Criminal Justice course. And check out these photos from past global immersion trips...
In 2019, students studied criminal justice in Berlin, Germany.
In 2018, students examined public policy issues related to crime and violence and traveled to Krakow, Poland.
Auschwitz concentration camp
touring Tarnów prison
Wielizcka Salt Mine
exploring the streets of historical Krakow
In 2017, students studied gender-based violence and traveled to Barcelona, Spain.
Parliament of Catalonia
gallery at Parliament of Catalonia
students from both UB and University of Colorado, Denver
In 2016, students studied human trafficking and traveled to Czech Republic, Germany and The Netherlands.
windmill spotting in Amsterdam
at the Way of Human Rights, a monumental outdoor sculpture in Nuremberg, Germany
a Czech brewery in Prague
Germany's Heidelberg Castle
In 2015, students studied human rights and traveled to Belgium, England and The Netherlands.
the travelling "I amsterdam" letters
Trafalgar Square in London
with a "Beefeater," the ceremonial guardians of the Tower of London
the Peace Palace, home to the International Court of Justice in The Hague