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Terrorism Studies - Certificate / Advanced Certificate / Individual Modules

Get a thorough understanding of terrorism and counter-terrorism

Starts 18th February 2020

Online Learning

Terrorism Studies online course from CSTPV at the University of St Andrews:

  • Join over 4,700 professionals that have already benefited from this course. Past students come from companies & organisations including the FBI, London Metropolitan Police, the British MoD, Bank of Scotland, Virgin Airways & more;
  • Delivered by renowned staff at the Handa Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence (CSTPV) at the University of St Andrews;
  • Explore the most relevant subjects in today's international environment by tailoring the 17 modules addressing terrorism characteristics, tactics and counter-terrorism to your requirements;
  • 100% Online: fit learning around your life and study anytime online.
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Follow the path of prestigious Alumni including:

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This training is by far the best I have experienced during my 27 years in the federal service and I will highly recommend it to my colleagues

Michael H. Sparks,

Office of Security, US Department of Energy

I thoroughly enjoyed the course, which was well structured and presented allowing me to complete it whilst actually out in Afghanistan

Matthew Hammond, 

Captain, The Royal Marines 

Since my enrolment in the CSTPV St Andrews & IBC Academy distance study program in Terrorism Studies I have found the course materials to be extremely well prepared, detailed and informative. The offered courses are current and have proven to be extraordinarily beneficial in my current endeavors

Robert L. Jones, 

Former Deputy Assistant Secretary, Defense Missing Persons Affairs and Prisoners of War