The MA Education is a unique modular programme of study designed to relfect the needs of individuals or organisational cohorts.
While each module has its own unique focus, all are concerned with investigating contemporary educational issues in the light of historical, political and social contexts, appropriate literature and the shared experience of course members.
The overall purpose of the Masters programme is to deepen and refine your capacity for critical reflection on your practice as well as on the mental models which inform your work. Systematic practitioner inquiry is therefore an organising principle that underpins all modules on the programme, and you will be encouraged to identify issues that are significant to your professional practice.
A hallmark of the MA Education is its commitment to equity and diversity, and its flexibility to meet the needs of individuals and organisations. Flexibility is evident in terms of offering you a range of:
Tuition fee for the international students.)
European Economic Area tuition fee is applicable to the students from EU countries, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland.)
The MA Education can be completed over one year full-time or two years part-time. There are Postgraduate Diploma and Postgraduate Certificate exit points. The course is available to individuals and also available for cohorts from single schools or consortiums.
The course comprises modules totalling 120 credits, plus a 60-
Full-time students will be required to choose two modules per semester, part-time students will choose one per semester. Please note the Practice Based Inquiry module is a compulsory module and must be studied at some point during the course. You can view the 2014/15 generic timetable showing which modules are running and when.
The MA Education offers a flexible approach to planning your study. As an individual there are different modes of study available to you:
The School of Education welcomes approaches from educational
organisations looking for a bespoke programme for their own staff,
perhaps in collaboration with other local organisations (e.g. feeder
schools, special schools, PRU, FE colleges, integrated services) to
create or develop a local network of educators learning together.
Staff from the School of Education will deliver the modules on your own premises or in a local community setting for a group of 10 or more staff, and sessions will be scheduled by negotiation with group members. These may take place in any of the following formats or a combination of all three:
The MA Education has two core modules - Practice Based Inquiry (30 credits) and the dissertation (60 credits). The remainder of the 90 credits come from elective modules grouped in subject areas.
AssessmentEach 30-credit module is assessed by a written assignment of 6,000 words (or equivalent). To complete the Masters programme successfully, a pass of 50 must be achieved on each assignment.The dissertation is an original piece of work and should be of 12,000-15,000 words (or their equivalent) related to one of the selected modules on an approved topic.
Admission to UK universities often requires that students have completed a recognized Bachelor's degree. International students should consider taking a Pre-Master to gain access to UK universities when:
No work experience is required.
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