MEd Educational Leadership & Management

Online University of Buckingham    School of Education

Part time September MA 18-months

About the course

Course outline

This master’s programme is available completely online with online support from your University tutor, including live online meetings once a month via Microsoft Teams, Zoom or another similar online platform. It is designed for those seeking to gain a level 7 qualification (this programme carries a credit value of 180 at level 7) and wish to either to progress or pursue a career in leadership within an education setting.

Read more about this course

Entry Requirements

Applicants are normally expected to be a head teacher, deputy head, head of subject or head of year or housemaster / housemistress, with at least 4 years teaching experience.


Please refer to our website for latest course fees.

 Course Content

Where is University of Buckingham


All Available Videos:
The University of Buckingham School of Education The University of Buckingham School of Education 23/06/2017 16:06:05
The University of Buckingham School of Educat...
Master's Degree in Educational Leadership Master's Degree in Educational Leadership 28/06/2017 09:25:06
Master's Degree in Educational Leadership

Student Profile(s)

Peter Thacker

"A truly fantastic course where I learnt so much - so much so, another member of the SLT has just begun their MEd journey."

Philip Topham

"A colleague asked how my course was going. I said "You couldn't believe how good it is. Get yourself on it!"

Parmjeet Plummer

I absolutely loved doing the MEd in Educational leadership and Management. I really enjoyed getting to grips with academic study after many years and enjoyed reading original research. The structure of the course was helpful in building up our essay writing skills over the course and developing our understanding of the different aspects of research. By the time I arrived at my dissertation, I felt ready to do my own research and write this up in a manner suitable for Masters level study.
The course was well managed by Beth Kelly, who was an engaging and empathetic tutor. She had some brilliant speakers for the residential days, and although I missed meeting other professionals in person on the residential days, the talks were always thought provoking and stimulating. My supervisor, Lauren, was brilliant; always supportive and helpful. Her belief in me as a learner helped me to develop my research idea significantly.
For me the most important outcome of the course has been the ability to draw on research critically and think strategically, both skills I use in my day job. The course has made me a better leader and, as a result, I feel ready to take the next step in my career.

Search Suggestions

Based on your current searches we recommend the following search filters