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Full time & Part time September, January MA 18 - 30 months

About the course

Are you an experienced education practitioner with a particular interest in inclusive education? If so, this course is designed to address your professional development needs and help you understand how to implement and support approaches that provide fair access to learning for all.

What the course offers

Equality of opportunity in education is an important, but often overlooked or misunderstood, aspect of an educationalist’s responsibilities. Education that is designed and delivered so that it is accessible to learners with specific needs can transform the lives of individuals and fundamentally change the opportunities available to them in wider society. The need for highly trained, passionate and creative educationalists with expertise in this field has never been greater.

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Entry Requirements

Upper Second Class (2.1) Honours degree (or equivalent). An initial qualification in teaching, if this is not formally part of your first degree, is desirable and experience in the education sector is strongly advised - you’ll need to critically reflect on your experience and relate theory to practice.

Two academic references highlighting your potential to produce Master’s-level (level 7) academic work will be required, as well as a reference on headed paper from your current/most recent employer clearly showing the length of your employment, and a breakdown of your roles and responsibilities within the education/training organisation.

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