|Study location||United Kingdom, Polhill campus|
|Type||Master courses, full-time|
|Nominal duration||1 Years|
|Tuition fee||To be confirmed|
Undergraduate diploma (or higher)
The entry qualification documents are accepted in any language
At least 2 reference(s) should be provided.
A motivation letter must be added to your application.
All course participants are expected to make direct and meaningful
connections between the course content and their own work based
experiences and aspirations. All assignments are based around the
specific needs of the participants and their organisations and draw
upon evidence gathered in the work place.
For the MA Education (Effective Learning and Teaching) at least two
optional modules need to be made from the effective learning and
teaching route or the equivalent in APEL / APL (see page 4 / 5 for
identified modules). It is also expected that the dissertation will
relate to effective teaching and learning.
For the MA Education (Leadership and Management) at least two
optional modules need to be made from the leadership and management
route or the equivalent in APEL / APL (see page 4 / 5 for identified
modules). It is also expected that the dissertation will relate to
leadership and management.
For the MA Education (generic route) the choice of optional (three)
modules will be a mixture of both routes.
For all routes Research Methods in Education and the Dissertation are
compulsory. The Research Methods in Education must be completed prior
to the Dissertation.
For participants claiming APL / APEL their work will be mapped to the
appropriate route. Allowing all learners to complete an MA with a
named route where their work demonstrates this.
CAREER MANAGEMENT SKILLS
All assignments require students to clarify their strengths and
aspirations for career development and demonstrate their potential to
current or prospective employers.
CAREER/FURTHER STUDY OPPORTUNITIES
The course is intended to develop individual staff and the
schools/educational institutions of which they are a part. Teachers
often undertake the Masters programme for professional progression
purposes when considering management or leadership positions.
This course may be used as the basis for further study on doctoral
level (PhD and EdD) programmes.