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MA Deaf Education (with ToD) is taught over two years through a combination of face-to-face and online learning.
Approved by the Department for Education (DfE) to offer the Mandatory Qualification for Teachers of the Deaf, the programme integrates cutting-edge research knowledge with practitioner expertise to develop skilled, knowledgeable and critical practitioners.
All students are enrolled on the MA Deaf Education (Teacher of the Deaf) programme, and they may choose to graduate with a Postgraduate Diploma (PG Dip) Deaf Education (Teacher of the Deaf).
The MA Deaf Education (without the Teacher of the Deaf (ToD) qualification) follows the same core modules but does not require completion of the Professional Skills: Learning, Teaching and Audiology module (for all non UK based
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A bachelor degree with a 2:1 (hons) or equivalent qualification.
You will also need ...
- a teaching qualification (QTS, QTLS, Diploma in Education and Training) (required for Teacher of the Deaf award)
- two years of teaching experience or experience of working with deaf children in educational settings
- access to a school or service's audiological resources and support
- British Sign Language CACDP/ Signature/ iBSL Level 1 (required for Teacher of the Deaf award) or equivalent
- access to local sign language tuition
- access to internet facilities for e-learning
For information on equivalent qualifications contact the School of Education Postgraduate Admissions Team.
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