We expect you to hold a good undergraduate degree and normally a Masters degree in Education or a closely related area of the Social Sciences
Months of entry
The Department of Educational Studies has over 50 research students from the United Kingdom, Europe and many other countries overseas. We offer research supervision in a wide range of areas within Education and welcome enquiries about possible research topics, both theoretical and empirical. Many of our research students are also practising professionals who carry out research related to their work.
We are particularly keen to hear from those who would like to work in fields such as: action research in education; art in education; bilingualism in education; children and popular culture; comprehensive education; curriculum policy and practice; drama in education; early childhood education and cultural diversity; early literacy and bilingualism; equity and social justice; family learning in multilingual contexts; gender studies; history of education; ICT and education.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
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