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The School of Education are committed to transforming lives through education and have strong links to hundreds of organisations, including nursery, primary and secondary schools, giving students plenty of opportunities to gain practical experience and tackle professional challenges head on. As a result, graduates go on to successful careers and have a huge impact on the lives of thousands of learners.

Our innovative courses reflect the social, political and technological changes taking place in the field of education, and you’ll benefit from our expertise which spans curriculum development, educational assessment, early childhood education, STEM education, and higher education teaching.



Stage 1:
Stage 2:
Masters Degree

MA Education

MA Early Childhood Education

MA Educational Leadership


Fee Type Stage 1: Pre-Masters Stage 2: Masters Degree


One semester: £11,025
Two semesters: £15,225

Starts from £13,000 up to £15,400 (Please check your course)


One semester: £7,110
Two semesters: £8,440

From £8,925

*Fees are subject to annual review 




Stage 1: One or Two semester


Stage 1: September, January and May

Stage 2: September

Stage 1: Pre-Master in Education


For one semester
  • Interactive Learning Skills & Communication with Mini Dissertation
  • Academic Writing
  • Research Methods & Skills
  • Education in Society
  • Approaches to Learning

For two semester
Semester one (January and May intake)
  • Interactive Learning Skills & Communication with Mini Dissertation
  • Academic Writing 
  • Research Methods & Skills
  • Business Strategy
Semester two (September and January intake)
  • Managing People

  • Service Operations Management

  • Education in Society

  • Approaches to Learning

Progression rule to Stage 2

There is a required 50% pass mark in all modules plus a minimum of 85% attendance.











Employment & career options

The MA Education award aspires to prepare graduates for successful careers in the field of education. This programme equips graduates with the skills to critique, influence and improve policy and practice in a range of educational contexts and can therefore transform careers. Graduates from this programme often secure promotions with their current employer or venture into new fields such as research, advisory or policy-making roles. Some students gain positions in new education contexts, such as higher education and progress on to doctoral study.

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