You are expected to have at least a second class honours degree from a recognised UK or overseas university.
The degree should have an education or social science (sociology, education studies, psychology) component to ensure some working knowledge of the field.
If you do not have an honours degree you will need to have appropriate professional work experience, combined with evidence of capacity to study at Master’s level.
Months of entry
Through critical thinking, this master's degree seeks to understand the relationship between learning environments and wider societal and cultural influences.
You'll have the opportunity to study in a stimulating research-informed environment, taught by lecturers who are experts in their field.
The course is broad in its theoretical scope. Drawing on cross-cultural and global perspectives, you will have the opportunity, in theory and in practice, to critically reflect on your own working practices.
The Education, Culture and Society degree has been specially designed for professionals working in education-related fields, for example: teachers; youth workers; those working in the public sector with families and children; and non-government organisations in both UK and abroad.
The programme is equally suitable for those who wish to dedicate time to either changing the focus of their career, or who are considering a career in academia.
With both full and part-time modes of study, the programme is suitable to those who wish to complete the course in one year and those who wish to combine studying with work.
Information for international students
If English is not your first language you will need to achieve an IELTS score of 6.0 overall with no less than 5.5 in any section (or equivalent).
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Dr Victoria Armstrong
- 020 8240 2320