Taught course

Learning and Technology

Wrexham Glyndwr University · Wrexham Glyndwr University

Entry requirements

To study on this course you will need to demonstrate your ability to study at postgraduate level; this normally means holding an undergraduate degree or equivalent but we will consider non-traditional entry qualifications and previous experience.

You will require internet access, preferably broadband, and will be working with, or have access to, a group of learners. Some aspects of the course will be delivered using audio and/or video online, and you will require appropriate equipment (headphones/microphone) to participate fully in these activities.

Months of entry


Course content

MSc Learning and Technology

Whilst the past few years have seen a growth in the use of technology to enhance learning across all education sectors, there remains a broadly-held view that institutions, including schools, are not yet taking full advantage of the potential that technology affords. This programme provides practitioners with an opportunity to develop their knowledge and skills to employ technology to support learners and learning within their professional practice. Participants will explore pedagogies and technologies across a range of learning environments; developing both their skills in using technology and their knowledge of how such technologies can be most effectively used to enhance learning.

Key Facts

  • The programme is delivered entirely online and is accessible to students from countries all over the world
  • The programme has been designed to suit practitioners working across a range of teaching and training contexts
  • Participants will develop professional and personal networks encouraging collaboration, peer-peer learning and support
  • Upon successful completion participants will have the skills and knowledge to be leading exponents of TEL and will be at the forefront of the field

Qualification and course duration


part time
36 months


part time
24 months


part time
12 months

Course contact details

Student Enquiries
+44 (0) 1978 293439