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How can we understand the complexities of inclusive education in a rapidly changing world? Is it possible to develop an inclusive curriculum? How can education promote greater equity in an increasingly diverse society?
Our MA Inclusive Education masters is a flexible course for anyone interested in critically exploring inclusive education. We offer a full-time route and a part-time route so you can study at a pace that suits you.
From early years practitioners, teachers and leaders in education, to staff in local health authorities, health services and aspiring researchers, our course appeals to a variety of backgrounds and professions. You’ll be joining a diverse and thriving community of postgraduate students from the UK and across the world.
Analyse key issues, significant debates and
Applicants study must have a first degree, postgraduate diploma or professional qualification recognised as equivalent to an undergraduate UK honours degree (at least a 2:2). Other qualifications or experience may be considered.
Note: If you have completed a PGCE within the last five years, you can normally join the masters with advanced standing, which usually 60 credits. This means you complete two taught units before progressing to dissertation.
Please see course website for further details.
Manchester Metropolitan University offers a wide variety of courses and professional accreditations to ensure that students learning can be applied to their chosen career. We have community of over 38,000 current undergraduate and postgraduate students and more than 290,000 alumni. We have 5 different faculties: Business and Law; Arts and Humanities; Education, Science and Engineering and Health, Psychology and Social Care.
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