A 2.1 Honours degree or non-UK equivalent qualification in any subject.
Months of entry
- You will reflect on and critique theory, cutting-edge research and current policies and practice in assessment and consider the impact of these on social justice.
- You will have opportunities to collaborate and network with peers from a variety of work contexts and locations, to support critical reflection, peer and self-assessment and effective use of online distance learning.
- You will consider how research, policy and practice interact in the development of often contested innovations in educational assessment across the globe.
- The programme blends theory, research, practice and policy and explores the relationships between assessment and the promotion of social justice.
- You will be taught by academics who have been employed in the development of national policy in assessment and have experience in the practices of classroom education and a commitment to social justice.
- Teaching staff have considerable experience in international cooperation: in research in assessment, as consultants to a number of governments and in employment by international organisations.
Information for international students
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