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We've been helping students find the right postgraduate course for over a decade.
If someone asked you to explain why we educate people, what would you say?
Education isn’t simply about the ability to read and write. It’s understanding how our minds, our families, and our societies influence the way we learn. How education – and a lack of it – shapes our future. We offer a broad range of postgraduate education courses from part-time professional development, to full-time masters, to teacher training PGCE courses.
As a postgraduate student, your study will be informed by the Faculty’s Education and Social Research Institute (ESRI). ESRI is one of the leading UK centres for Applied Educational Research and Evaluation, and is home to a thriving research community. We were ranked in the UK’s top 20 for impact in education in the latest Research Excellence Framework (REF), with 100% of our research being rated ‘internationally excellent’ or ‘world leading’.
The Faculty of Education offer eight high quality, part-time integrated masters courses in education.
Our courses are aimed at busy professionals working within the field of education. They're designed to enhance your skills, extend your knowledge and challenge your thinking.
Each course has a flexible structure so you're able to tailor your learning to your practice and personalise your assignments. You’ll have the opportunity to progress through your masters at a rate that you feel comfortable with.
We also offer a part-time MTeach Master of Teaching course, designed specifically for newly qualified teachers who have recently completed their inital teacher training.
Here at Manchester Met, our experience developing education professionals spans over 100 years.
We offer four, full-time masters courses in education. Each course specialises in a particular area of study and is interlinked so you’ll have some study sessions with students on other courses. This allows you to collaborate
Designed for graduates and professionals with knowledge across a variety of educational settings, our courses focus on education as a multi-layered and challenging field of study.
At Manchester Met, you won’t just develop the practical and organisational skills you’ll need to teach a subject in the classroom. You’ll explore how pupils learn and factors that can affect the way we learn, from our environment to our teachers.
Whichever subject you’re hoping to teach, we’ll help you to develop the practical skills you need to teach, to inspire and to engage your class.