2.1 Honours degree or non-UK equivalent in any subject and an interest in the education of adults in vocational, HE, college or community settings. In exceptional circumstances, other relevant qualifications and experience may satisfy entry requirements.
Months of entry
This programme provides you with a strong grounding in the practices and theoretical frameworks of teaching adults in various contexts of formal and informal education. In addition to core teaching, it includes a placement in an adult education setting and a research project designed around your specific area of interest.
- The programme is open to people with little or no experience in teaching adults, as well as those with experience in the field.
- You will have the opportunity to gain real-life experience through the placement. It gives you the opportunity to relate theory to practice within an adult learning organisation of relevance and interest to you.
- The programme has long standing partnerships with local organisations such as WEA, local communities, and further and higher education institutions.
- By the end, you will have much stronger knowledge of teaching adults as well as a better understanding of what that means to your teaching practice and career paths.
- This programme provides those with an interest in working in the adult education sector with practical experience strongly linked to its theory and frameworks. It combines a good background in the theories and approaches to teaching adults with a substantial placement component.
Information for international students
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Fees and funding
Qualification and course duration
Further details of qualification
The MSc/PgDip in Teaching Adults provides a strong grounding in the practices used in teaching adults, as well as an opportunity to conduct a practice-related research project.
Course contact details
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