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The MA Education (Comparative and International Perspectives) pathway focuses on the similarities and differences between structures, processes, dynamics, policies and practices of different education systems.
On the MA Education (Comparative and International) pathway, you will explore and seek to explain similarities and differences across cultures, countries and regions. You will learn about theory, epistemology and methodology and participate in critical debate in the field of comparative and international education. One area of application will be around how concepts of human rights may be used to develop educational policies and practices.
A series of core modules on the MA Education (Comparative and International) pathway will equip you with an economic, historical, philosophical and
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A 2:1 or above (or international equivalent) Bachelor's degree in Education, Teaching or English (or related Social Science degree i.e. Anthropology, Economics, Geography, History, Law, Linguistics, Political Science, Philosophy, Psychology, and Sociology) is required.
Applicants without a 2:1 or a degree in Education, Teaching or English (or related Social Science degree as above) are welcome to apply, but should have a degree and a minimum of three years relevant professional experience post degree, in an education-focused setting.
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