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Are you an educator of any description? Do you work in schools, youth work, community arts, adult and community learning, educational challenges, housing, planning, social work or link professions or organisations? This programme offers you the opportunity to further develop your skills and knowledge towards enriching your practice and promotional opportunities within this sector. Read more
This course is for UK and international graduates with no or limited professional teaching experience planning a career in English language teaching. Read more
The Master of Arts in Higher Education Administration and Leadership (MAHEAL) is a two-year, 33-credit program that will provide you with the knowledge and skills necessary to provide effective leadership within complex and changing higher educational environments. Read more
Our one-year Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) prepares you to teach across the German secondary school curriculum. You’ll learn how to teach your main language, German, to A/AS level but you’ll also study a second language too, for example, Spanish, French or Mandarin. Read more
The PGCE-MEd Primary Master's is intended for education professionals, policy makers and researchers at any stage of their career. Read more
The PACES Primary master's is intended for education professionals, policy makers and researchers at any stage of their career. Many students have relevant international experience and interests. Read more
Our one-year Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) prepares you to teach the drama secondary school curriculum. You’ll learn about the theories and practical methods that form the basis of drama education. Read more
Why not set yourself aside from the crowd and enhance your CV with a UK masters in China. Gain a quality degree and first-hand experience of the worlds fastest growing nation and economy. Knowledge of China is becoming a frequent desire of employers, whilst the number of students which tick this box, is limited.