|Location||United Kingdom, London (Avery Hill, Greenwich Campus)|
|Type||Master courses, full-time|
|Nominal duration||1 year|
|Tuition fee||£11,700.00 per year|
Undergraduate diploma (or higher)
IELTS with a minimum of 5.5 in each skill or equivalent english test (CAE)
At least 2 reference(s) must be provided.
A motivation letter must be added to your application.
This programme extends the knowledge, understanding and skills of professionals in schools, colleges, higher educationand local education authorities who have a commitment to their continuing professional development and improved practice. It also meets the needs of participants who wish to further their study of education as an academic discipline. It is seen as a Progression route to the Doctorate in Education within the School of Education.
Participants ‘build’ their programme by combining core courses, option courses and an educational research project, which are delivered through face-to-face teaching, selfstudy, and negotiated and work-based learning. In this way, it is possible to achieve an ‘endorsed’ MA which focuses on a specialist area of particular professional relevance to an individual or institution. The programme currently offers endorsements in Leadership and Management, eLearning, Literacy, Special Educational needs, Higher Education, Youth and Community, Early Years and Childhood.
In addition to the University of Greenwich Avery Hill and Greenwich Maritime campuses, the MA in Education is currently taught in Utrecht in the Netherlands and in a number of school based locations, and we welcome enquiries about ways in which the programmecan be adapted for individual and institutional needs.
The programme aims to:
Provide current and aspiring education practitioners and institutions with a flexible Master’s programme which extends knowledge and practice through study and research
Support continuing professional development, facilitating the progression of practitioners and institutions and contributing to personal and institutional effectiveness.
Provide those with a background and/or strong interest in education with a rigorous and engaging introduction to studying education as an academic subject at postgraduate level l
Provide a progression route to Doctoral study and research.
Educational Enquiry Project (60 credits)
Professional Enquiry Skills (30 credits)
Negotiated Independent Studies: Subject and Professional Knowledge (30 credits)
Two 30-credit options from: Organisational Leadership and Management; Personal
Leadership; Literacy: Exploring Texts for Learning; Literacy and Learning:
Enriching Practice; The Child’s Lived Experience: Developing Confident Learners;
Leadership and Management in Early Years; Key Themes and Debates in
Childhood; Critical Approaches to Research in Childhood; Principles and Practice
of Youth and Community Work; The Professional Practice of Youth and Community Work; Policy and Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning; 21st Century Technologies and Education; Critical Issues in SEN and Disability: Pedagogy and Practice; Critical Issues in SEN and Disability: Discourse and Policy. (60 credits)
Graduates from this programme have achieved middle and senior leadership positions in all sectors, and a number have taken the opportunity to extend their learning into doctoral study.