UK bachelors degree with upper-second class honours or higher, and ideally work experience in a related field.
Months of entry
Our extensive research expertise in education practice means you will study in the company of internationally respected academics. Modules provide an overview of current and potential developments to support teaching and learning and opportunities to engage with a critical review of innovative and inclusive practices in education. There may be opportunities to personalise aspects of study.
Typical modules include: Learning and Teaching; Education Research: Practice and Methods; Understanding Education Research; Inclusive Practices in Education; Dissertation; Investigating Innovations in Learning and Teaching; Globalisation and Education Policy; The Social context of education and lifelong learning.
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Course contact details
- Social and Human Sciences
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