Applicants should normally hold a good honours degree in the proposed study area. However, we will consider applicants who can demonstrate their capability by means of publications or employment responsibilities.
Months of entry
Course contentAreas for research supervision include: Professional and work-related learning; Pedagogic research in higher education: conceptions of learningand teaching; narrative and image in learning and teaching; reflective practice and supervision; Organisational issues in higher education, including diversity issues; Management and leadership development; Aspects of e-learning; Masculinities in education; Mentoring and teacher development; Early years; School governance.
Teaching and Learning; Equal Opportunities in Education; Gender; Race; Special Educational Needs; Autism; Literacy; Early Years Education; Science Education; Foundation Curriculum
Fees and fundingUniversity studentships.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Dr Helen Burchell