This MA course attracts students from a wide range of backgrounds and nationalities, normally graduates with a recognised teaching qualification, or other educational professional experience.
Applicants normally have:
- a good honours degree
- QTS (Qualified Teacher Status), other equivalent professional qualification or relevant experience
Months of entry
The MA Education (SEND) pathway is dedicated to the advanced study of issues around special education, disability and inclusion at Masters level.
On this pathway you will develop your critical enquiry and reflection in the field of SEND, and study in a learning environment where you will be supported in improving and developing your practice. You will gain depth and insight into your professional thinking and meet students who are at various levels in their careers.
The academic team of specialist staff at Oxford Brookes have a strong background in SEND teaching and are research–active in the field of SEND.
Applicants may transfer in credits gained from a PG Cert NASENCo; the Brookes-SEBDA PG Cert in Understanding and Managing Social Emotional Mental Health (SB50); or the Brookes-SEBA PG Cert in Advanced Study of Social Emotional Mental Health (SB51) - subject to these having been gained in the last five years.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Programme Administrator
- +44 (0) 1865 488388