You should hold, as a minimum, a 2:2 honours degree or equivalent in a relevant discipline. You should also be employed in, or have sustained and appropriate access to, a relevant professional context. Any professional/early career inductions associated with your practice should normally have been completed prior to joining this programme.
Months of entry
This Masters degree has been developed to address the needs of teachers and other professionals working in educational practices and contexts. If you are a practitioner in a setting such as a school, college, youth and community centre, voluntary service, or health and social care setting, this programme will enable you to enhance your professional learning and practice. You will develop skills in critical reflective practice, critical thinking and leadership. You will also investigate and critique contemporary policy, analyse the nature and status of evidence in educational settings, and explore and experience mutual ways of working. The course contains a mixture of compulsory and optional modules, enabling you to develop a strong academic underpinning to your work, while also tailoring your studies to focus on areas of professional and/or personal interest.