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Masters Degrees in Childcare

We have 67 Masters Degrees in Childcare

Masters degrees in Childcare train postgraduates in how to care for infants and young children, from sixteen weeks to approximately 13 years. Programmes cover a variety of care provisions, from child minding to day-care centres, and may include the ability to specialise in caring for vulnerable children.

Related postgraduate specialisms include Child Health & Social Care and Childhood Practice. Entry requirements typically include an appropriate undergraduate degree such as Childhood Studies, Social Work or Social Science.

Why study a Masters in Childcare?

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Our Childhood Practice Graduate Diploma will give you the skills and knowledge to deliver quality services to children and their parents in an early years setting. Read more
This unique and internationally renowned exciting Master's in Childhood Studies is a stimulating and cutting edge multi-disciplinary course. Read more
Safeguarding children is a high profile area of work, where decision making carries a high order of risk for children, their families and those engaged with them. Read more
There is a separate entry on admission to the P.Grad.Dip. in Child Protection and Welfare. Students interested in registering for the M.Sc. Read more
There is a separate entry on admission to the M.Sc. in Child Protection and Welfare. The programme is run on an in-service basis over one academic year, entailing attendance at an induction course and nine block weeks in Trinity College as well as the completion of course-related assignments in the workplace. Read more
The Developmental and Therapeutic Play course aims to consider the developmental, educational and therapeutic potential of play at an advanced academic level through the combination of demanding intellectual work and sophisticated practical reflection. Read more
Our Child Studies MA is a multidisciplinary course designed to meet the needs of professionals and graduates working or intending to work with or on behalf of children and young people. Read more
This course is a forum for sharing experience and developing knowledge of child development, the early years curriculum and the particular challenges of leadership in an early years context. Read more
We scrutinise the differing political and ethical claims on childhood and youth that inform contemporary policy and practice. You’ll be exposed to new and original ways of thinking about children and young people. Read more
This programme provides training for individuals in outcomes-based CBT interventions to promote psychological wellbeing in children and young people. Read more
If you work in health or social care and want the chance to boost your career prospects and level of user service, study for an MSc in Safeguarding and Promoting Child Wellbeing for the opportunity to positively influence the future – for yourself and for the next generation. Read more
This programme in Child Health reflects the need for the NHS to deliver basic academic training in paediatrics to all trainees in Scotland, and to formally cover the level 2 Framework of Competencies for Training in Paediatrics outlined by the accrediting body, Royal College of Paediatrics & Child Health (RCPCH). Read more
This programme is designed for current and aspiring leaders and managers in childhood practice who have, or are willing, to undertake a practitioner qualification. Read more

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