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plomopesado
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Hello. My name is Santiago.

I study criminalistics. When I finish my studies I will have knowledge about balistics, fingerprint analysis, ADN analysis (such as saliva, blood, etc.), document analysis, photography, accidentology, and so.

I wish to know if the possibility of studying in the US or Europe exist (a master for example in an area of study or specialization) and if a foreigner could work in other country without too much "transition". In other words, without studying the career all over again.

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Posted : 13/04/2017 5:06 pm
willbarton
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Hi Santiago,

There are great possibilities in studying either of the disciplines you have mentioned further. I did my MSc at Cranfield and they had a mix of British and International students from Brazil, Australia, Oman, Canada etc studying an MSc. On the Forensic Program you can study a range including Ballistics, Crime Scene Investigating, Archaeology and Anthropology, Forensic Computing, as well as a few others. There are a few other Universities which will offer these as well listed in the in the Education section (https://www.forensicfocus.com/computer-forensics-education-europe).

Hope this helps!!

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Posted : 13/04/2017 6:39 pm
plomopesado
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Thank you Will. I will take a look in the link you posted.

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Posted : 13/04/2017 6:57 pm
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