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Part time September MA 3 years part-time

About the course

Take advantage of academic, professional, and personal development opportunities for those concerned with both the practice and experience of living or working with autistic people across all ages. You engage in informed critical reflection to influence practice and policy in your current or future contexts by drawing on theoretical and research literatures, policy and practitioner networks.

  • Reflect on how autism affects the way in which people experience the world and analyse these experiences in the context of wider disability debates.
  • Learn to identify and challenge the barriers created by society encountered by autistic people.
  • Critically reflect upon developing practice, research, and policy that work towards social justice, inclusion and equality.

'As an autistic parent to autistic

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Entry Requirements

Typically a degree or equivalent and an interest in the autism spectrum.

If English is not your first language, you need an overall IELTS score of 6.5 with 6.5 in reading and 6.5 in writing.

We may invite you to take part in a face to face or telephone interview to ensure your spoken language skills meet the requirements for working with learners in an educational setting or context.

If you do not have such academic qualifications we may consider your application individually, based on your personal, professional and work experience, and other formal qualifications.


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