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Assessing and understanding community needs to provide modes of delivery and educational content that improves levels of attainment and life chances, is the structural and thematic rationale of our course. This perspective is developed in two related areas: nationally, motivated by the increasing independence of schools; and internationally, particularly in developing countries, motivated by globalisation.

Why Study Education in Society with us?

Taught at our Riverside Campus in Chester, this course will be delivered through blended learning, with each module designed and delivered by educational specialists. While this allows necessary variation between modules, in terms of specific assessment tasks and forms of knowledge, each blended learning module will have the following common characteristics:

- A clear outline of the module content, form of delivery, and online content, including key research papers and assessment task

- A guide to accessing module content

- A variety of modes of content delivery, including digital materials, such as online seminars and video clips of documentaries

- Routine online support from the module tutor.

What will I learn?

The course draws most of its modules from those that already exist on other current education MA courses within the Faculty. Each of the courses from which the modules are drawn are led and taught by staff with national and international expertise.

Modules from which to choose are varied and taken from courses covering a range of disciplines, including:

- Leadership and management

- Early childhood

- Inclusive practice, dyslexia and autism

- Marginalisation

How will I be taught?

Teaching and assessment takes place in an exciting range of forms, which are designed to stimulate and best support your learning, and include podcasts, presentations, journals, interviews, written assignments, seminars and tutorials.

Contact hours are: 18 hours (20-credit module); 36 hours (40-credit module); or 10 hours (60-credit module). Recommended workload hours are: 182 hours (20-credit module); 364 hours (40-credit module); or 590 hours (60-credit module).

Course Fees

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Postgraduate Visit Opportunities

If you are interested in this course we have a number of opportunities to visit us and our campuses. To find out more about these options and to book a visit, please visit our website

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Visit the Education in Society page on the University of Chester website for more details!




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