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This course has contributed to the postgraduate and post-registration development of health and social care professionals in the Midlands since the mid-1990s. Read more
This course has contributed to the postgraduate and post-registration development of health and social care professionals in the Midlands since the mid-1990s. It has gained an outstanding reputation for the standard of teaching and student support offered.

•The course is particularly suitable for health and social care professionals keen to enhance their career prospects and who wish to develop their knowledge and understanding of the dynamic health and social care environment.

•Based on an interdisciplinary philosophy giving you the flexibility to develop alongside those from other professional and discipline backgrounds and explore issues from a variety of perspectives

•A modular, credit-rated and flexible structure so you are able to study alongside work, at a pace that suits you

•Opportunities to relate content and assessment directly to work-focused interests, making the course directly applicable to working practice

•Taught by a team of experts from various disciplines who bring a range of experience and knowledge in their teaching styles and content

•The theories, concepts and skills may be applied to UK and international health and social care settings

Course Modules:

The course comprises an advanced programme of study in the application of knowledge from the disciplines of management, health and social policy and research methodology to the rapidly changing world of health and social care. The course is multidisciplinary, establishing a theoretical and research base from which to develop a critical understanding of current organisational, professional and political challenges. On entry to the course you will choose a pathway in research or management.

Each pathway consists of three core modules, one optional module and a dissertation. All taught modules attract 30 master’s-level credits. You can expect to study the following modules:

Core modules:
•Research designs in Health
•Health Policy and Strategy
•Healthcare management

Optional modules include:
•Research dilemmas and Strategies
•Contemporary issues in Healthcare management
•Dissertation
•Research dissertation
•Management dissertation

Teaching and Assessment:

The course uses a combination of lectures, workshops, visiting speakers and self-directed study. You will enjoy a stimulating learning environment and will be taught by experts from a variety of academic disciplines and professional backgrounds.
You should be prepared for a challenging experience that requires a significant commitment in terms of both time and energy. For example, a 30 credit module represents 300 hours of learning, of which only 35 hours is likely to be class time.

There are no formal exams. Continuous assessment is by module-based assignments, essays, assessed presentations, reports and mini-projects, plus a research-based dissertation.

To obtain the MA, you complete a dissertation of 18,000–20,000 words under the guidance of an individual supervisor. A Postgraduate Certificate can be awarded on completion of 60 credits, Postgraduate Diploma awarded on completion of 120 credits, and the MA on completion of 180 credits.

International students come to study in the UK because the quality of our teaching is amongst the best in the world.

Expertise:

Staff are specialists from various academic and professional disciplines and bring a wide range of experience as well as engagement in relevant research. Health Policy is taught by Professor Rob Baggott and Dr Sally Ruane, who are director and deputy director, respectively, of the Health Policy Research Unit. Dr Sally Ruane is also the course leader and specialises
in health service reform and public-private partnerships.

Professor Brown, who leads psychology research within the university, teaches research methods in health and social care,
with Mr Julian Stribling who brings a background in nursing, and research in family history of heart disease and risk perception. Mr Simon Moralee qualified in health services management at York and Birmingham universities and has several years’ experience working as an NHS manager. Dr Scott Yates, whose research interests include disability and young people in hospital, teaches the philosophical underpinnings of social research.

Graduate Careers:

Our graduates are now earning an average salary of £40,000* (DLHE 2008/09)

This course attracts students from a diverse range of disciplines from across the world, including health service managers, community workers, general practice managers, nurses, health visitors, health promotion workers, and members of the professions allied to medicine. It also allows undergraduates to progress directly on and continue their study at an advanced level.

Completion of the course will enhance career development and may facilitate movement into senior management or teaching

“The supportive nature of the university and its culture of a friendly, caring environment where all students were equals, made De Montfort University a very special place to be. The course allowed, and in fact insisted, on independent thinking, thorough analysis and synthesis of the subject matter in a supportive, stimulating environment.”

Tracy Burton, Applied Health Studies MA graduate

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The Architectural Design MA is a pre-professional programme developing a specialist approach to architectural thinking, and design execution. Read more
The Architectural Design MA is a pre-professional programme developing a specialist approach to architectural thinking, and design execution. This is an internationally popular course that attracts students globally and currently offers two streams:

• Philosophical Discourse and Architecture – this stream pursues a humanistic approach to architecture rooted in the humanities, that examines the epistemology of modern architecture in concert with modern continental philosophy, which allows you to integrate knowledge of specialized disciplines into a unified and meaningful whole.

Or

• Design Computation and Architecture – this stream will examine the concept of space and the problem of configuring space in architecture. Taking an interdisciplinary approach you will review literature and explore concepts from a range of fields, including theoretical biology, social science, systems theory, cybernetics, semiotics and computation to establish ways and means of rethinking and designing architectural space

Graduate careers

Graduates may either find employment with a leading architectural practice or progress onto professional qualification. Graduates are given the opportunity to complete the MArch with advanced standing, commencing in MArch Year Two, subject to portfolio review and interview. After the course, many students continue with their architectural education and aspire to qualify and register as an architect in the UK, or pursue academic research. The MA in Architectural Design offers access to careers in allied industries, such as planning, architectural conservation, urban design, facilities, estate and project management, or into other fields such as journalism, heritage and history studies, film, web design, lifestyle design, game design, event design and digital animation, strategic management, and political advocacy.

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The Arts MA at DMU provides you with an opportunity to design and pursue your own personal arts study programme at master’s level, while being supported and supervised by leading national and international scholars. Read more
The Arts MA at DMU provides you with an opportunity to design and pursue your own personal arts study programme at master’s level, while being supported and supervised by leading national and international scholars. The programme allows you to study in a way that is most appropriate to your own individual circumstances, and has been designed to suit your preferred learning style. You can take up to 90 credits from our taught postgraduate provision, while the rest of the programme will be completed through negotiated learning agreements. There are a wide range of subject areas to choose from, and you can create a programme of study which is interdisciplinary and unique to your specialist interests or skills. The programme also allows you to be supervised by leading national and international scholars, researchers and practitioners drawn from the unique breadth of specialist areas available in the Faculty of Arts, Design and Humanities.

You are able to exercise choice and control over the aims of your course, the content and context of your studies, and the criteria against which your achievement is assessed. You can take up to 90 credits from our taught modules (subject to approval), and you design your programme of study between and across the subject areas that we offer.

The wide range of specialisms that we offer on the Arts MA includes:

• Arts and Festival Management
• Education and the Arts
• Dance
• Drama
• Performance
• Photography
• Video

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The Business of Motorsport MA is a programme that is specifically designed to meet the growing needs of the business side of motorsport. Read more

Reasons to study Business of Motorsport at De Montfort University:

The Business of Motorsport MA is a programme that is specifically designed to meet the growing needs of the business side of motorsport. You will have the opportunity to explore the evolving and multi-faceted area of motorsport management through core and bespoke motorsport modules.

From governance, structure and the principles of sports law, through to the importance and interdependence of commercial rights holders, promoters, manufacturers, teams, sponsors and the role played by the media, this course is aimed at enhancing the career prospects of those with an aspiration of working within this exciting and challenging global industry.

You will develop knowledge of motorsport management and business in local, national and international settings. You will have access to a number of industry providers throughout your study. Career prospects for graduates of the Business of Motorsport MA degree programme include sports industry jobs specific to motorsport including governance, sponsorship, brand management, finance and event management.

- Valuable industry links in the UK and overseas, including established DMU relationships with various motorsport organisations including governing bodies and industry leaders in the world of motorsport
- Academics with a motorsport background
- Option to pursue an Executive Company Project with specific reference to the motorsport industry through established links
- Personal leadership mentoring and career coaching
- Access to business research that is cited as world leading and internationally excellent by the independent and peer assessed Research Excellence Framework (REF 2014)
- Unique learning environment headquartered in the Great Hall of Leicester Castle
- Regular presentations by leading business figures
- Networking and peer support as a result of being part of a small, exceptionally talented tutor group
- Modules that have been developed in partnership with business, with the objective of providing students with key skills needed to lead and succeed in today’s global business environment
- Access to the postgraduate wing of the £35million Hugh Aston Building which has its own café and store
- Access to a high tech 24/7 high-tech library with a choice of learning environments. This in addition to new amenities such as the QEII Diamond Jubilee Leisure Centre
- Mentoring and one-to-one academic support from leading academics, at the forefront of their fields
- Excellent contact hours of 35 or more hours per module
- Emphasis on the development of business-relevant cultural awareness

If you are unable to commit to completing the full MA programme or would like to study for CPD purposes we also offer individual modules at £1,500 per 15-credit module. Please contact us for further information.

Scholarships:

At DMU, we are committed to helping our graduates enhance their careers and personal development through further study. We are currently finalising our scholarship packages for 2017 entry.

Teaching and Assessment

You will be taught through a combination of lectures, tutorials, seminars, group work and self-directed study. Assessment is through a variety of methods including presentations, essays and case studies.

Your precise timetable will depend on the mode of study you choose to take, however you will normally attend a contact week at the beginning of each semester together with another in week 7 of the academic calendar with timetabled taught sessions (lectures and tutorials) and guest speakers. We expect you to undertake at least 114 further hours of independent study to complete project work and research for each module.

Course Modules

- History, Structure and Governance of Motorsport aims to provide a solid theoretical background on key themes within the context of the history and development of motorsport. This module will also provide a thorough understanding of the roles, responsibilities and operating framework of the key regulatory and commercial organisations within the motorsport industry

- Site Visits, Foreign Trip and Motorsport Business Reflection affords students the perfect opportunity to interact with the motorsport world through visiting various motorsport sites such as Donnington, the MSA and Prodrive. Industry leaders will offer an insight into their roles and the organisation’s objectives within motorsport

- Ethics in Sports Management and Governance concentrates on ethical issues in the modern sports industry and explores crises in the sector. You will develop an agenda for reform and examine legal and organisational frameworks relating to problem areas in sport. This module also covers existing regulations, management and governance in relation to other business and cultural areas

- Sports Heritage and Legacy Management will consider the development of heritage and legacy in sport by examining the legal, academic, cultural, commercial and political frameworks relevant, both nationally and internationally. The module will include visits to key sport venues and museums, as well as travel to Rome for historical context

- Sponsorship Models in Elite Motorsport and the Role of the Media offers the opportunity to look at a wide range of commercial principles as applied through third party support and sponsorship of motorsport activity. Commercial case studies and lectures from industry experts will form a central part of this module

- Commerce within Motorsport provides the opportunity to analyse a wide range of commercial principles applied within the motorsport industry. From budgeting and financial management of competing in motorsport as a driver or team, the costs of managing motorsport venues, sponsorship and brand activity through to the need for fan engagement

- Motorsport Brands, their Extension and Future Trends explores a range of topics related to the current and future commercial rationale for brands becoming associated with motorsport. You will critically assess what brands look for in their association with motorsport and identity how this is likely to evolve in the future

- Work Professionalism Skills focuses on commercial employability skills, enabling students to undertake the Executive Company Project and post-study job applications and interviews with a professional and prepared approach.

- Executive Company Project gives you the opportunity to create an individual and sustained piece of work to address a specific area in the field of business management and sport. This will involve a dissertation supported by appropriate background research and the application of theoretical knowledge

#DMUglobal

This is our innovative international experience programme which aims to enrich your studies and expand your cultural horizons – helping you to become a global graduate, equipped to meet the needs of employers across the world.

Through #DMUglobal (https://www.dmuglobal.com/), we offer a wide range of opportunities including on-campus and UK activities, overseas study, internships, faculty-led field trips and volunteering, as well as Erasmus+ and international exchanges.

Graduate Careers

A Business of Motorsport MA will open up a wide range of career opportunities as you develop a broad base of skills that are in great demand with global employers.

You may choose to pursue careers in sports management, motorsport management, sponsorship and brand management, motorsport event management or a variety of roles within the wider sports industries.

You will benefit from access to DMU’s established Careers and Employability Team, who offer employability sessions and workshops, with personalised support via a careers coach to advise you on your options and to help develop your plans.

Fees and funding:

£16,000 full-time.

Find out more about course fees and available funding: http://www.dmu.ac.uk/study/postgraduate-study/postgraduate-funding-2016-17/postgraduate-funding-2016-17.aspx

Find out more about additional costs and optional extras associated with this course: http://www.dmu.ac.uk/study/business-and-law/course-information/additional-costs-and-optional-extras-related-to-postgraduate-business-courses.aspx

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About the course. This is a unique creative technologies course that crosses traditional subject disciplines and enables you to work at the convergence of e-sciences and digital arts and humanities. Read more
About the course

This is a unique creative technologies course that crosses traditional subject disciplines and enables you to work at the convergence of e-sciences and digital arts and humanities. As part of the diverse and stimulating creative community based around the purpose-built Institute of Creative Technologies (IOCT), you will have access to facilities and resources from across the university including the central IOCT Lab, The Virtual Reality Centre, Phoenix Square Digital Media Centre, The Fused Media Lab and the Usability Lab.

At the heart of this course is the vision that you will become fully in tune with contemporary creative technologies. You may be a technologist with a creative dimension, an artist working with technologies, a designer with programming skills, or any one of many more crossovers between the traditional disciplines.

Please visit our website at dmu.ac.uk/creativetechnologies for further information regarding the content of this course.

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The Design Innovation MA/MSc provides a framework for developing innovative design products in all areas of design, with a strategic understanding of marketing and business strategy. Read more
The Design Innovation MA/MSc provides a framework for developing innovative design products in all areas of design, with a strategic understanding of marketing and business strategy. It enables you to enter the creative industries at a high level of responsibility, ranging from establishing your own businesses to working in multinational corporations. You will complete an individual major project (either creative practice-based or research-focused) which runs throughout the course, supported by relevant taught modules. You will also be supported by specialist academic expertise across a range of design areas.

You can tailor the course to your career aspirations by selecting a specific pathway of study from a diverse range of options, which comprises: Footwear Design; Furniture Design; Interior Design; Digital Design; Museum and Exhibition Design; Product Design; Retail Design; or Visual Communication Design. Alternatively, you can elect to simply focus on Design Innovation in its own right. Students benefit from visiting lecturers who specialise in exhibition design, museum curation, retail design, sustainable design, business planning and creative digital design. At the same time, a range of industry, museum, charity, and arts organisation representatives regularly present and coordinate live projects.

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The Design MA at DMU provides you with an opportunity to design and pursue your own personal arts study programme at master’s level, while being supported and supervised by leading national and international scholars. Read more
The Design MA at DMU provides you with an opportunity to design and pursue your own personal arts study programme at master’s level, while being supported and supervised by leading national and international scholars.

The programme allows you to study in a way that is most appropriate to your own individual circumstances, and has been designed to suit your preferred learning style(s). You can take up to 90 credits from our taught postgraduate provision, while the rest of the programme will be completed through negotiated learning agreements. Study can be full-time, part-time, or a mixture of both. You can exit the programme early (after 60 credits) with a postgraduate certificate, or (after 120 credits) with a postgraduate diploma. The shortest period of study for the master's award is one year full-time.

There are a wide range of subject areas to choose from, and you can create a programme of study which is interdisciplinary and unique to your specialist interests or skills. The programme also allows you to be supervised by leading national and international scholars, researchers and practitioners drawn from the unique breadth of specialist areas available in the Faculty of Arts, Design and Humanities.

You are able to exercise choice and control over the aims of your course, the content and context of your studies, and the criteria against which your achievement is assessed. You can take up to 90 credits from our taught modules (subject to approval), and you design your programme of study between and across the subject areas that we offer.

The wide range of specialisms that we offer on the Design MA includes:
• Architectural history
• Architecture
• Architecture conservation
• Art and design education
• Art and design history
• Ceramics
• Design crafts
• Design innovation
• Design management
• Fashion management
• Footwear design
• Furniture design
• Glass
• Interface design
• Interior design and architecture
• Product design
• Retail design
• Silversmithing
• Spatial design
Assessment can be as varied as you want it to be. It will be defined in the learning contract; so you can negotiate assessment tasks and methods.

All students must take a 15 credit Research Methods module (by attendance or by distance learning) at the beginning of the course, and all students will also have to undertake a Major Project, Dissertation or a Work Placement at the end of the course to achieve the master’s award.

You will be assigned two dedicated mentors who are subject specialists. They will provide academic support throughout the course. DMU academic and research staff are experts in their field. They are actively engaged in a wide range of external activities including research, consultancy, publishing and exhibiting in both a national and international context.

DMU has excellent technical expertise available to support postgraduate students. Within the faculty, there are professionally equipped workshops with specialist technicians to support your master’s work.

Graduates have gone onto consultancy, entrepreneurship, arts and design management, research and teaching. Many students choose this course as a preparation for an academic career and enter further MPhil or PhD level study.

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Design Management and Entrepreneurship is an innovative course which enables you to examine international and global design and business issues, while developing your specialist design management knowledge and skills. Read more
Design Management and Entrepreneurship is an innovative course which enables you to examine international and global design and business issues, while developing your specialist design management knowledge and skills. It is aimed at design and creative industry entrepreneurs, and will allow you to apply your creative and analytical skills to a wide variety of business and social contexts, ranging from small local businesses to multinational corporations and social enterprise.

After graduation, you will be ideally placed to respond to growth demands in the global cultural and creative industries, with skills that are vital in today’s modern entrepreneurial and knowledge based economy; enabling you to operate effectively at a high level of executive responsibility in design, creative and digital media technology businesses.

The course is taught by expert academics in the School of Design, which has a longstanding collaborative link with the Bauman Moscow State Technical University; the leading technical university in Russia. There is also a flexible learning package which promotes professional and personal development of designers and design managers currently working in the industry.

The School of Design’s close-knit community of postgraduate students and staff creates a supportive learning environment for design students from around the world. Teaching staff are involved in research and commercial activities that inform the curriculum. Within the Design Management and Entrepreneurship subject area, staff maintain the currency of their module and design project teaching through involvement in consultancy, Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTP schemes) and noteworthy research activities, and continuing professional development (CPD) training. We also have fantastic CAD laboratories and workshop facilities to support you in your research and development.

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- Students are able to develop their own digital arts specialism whilst gaining a multi-disciplinary understanding and experience of digital arts practice. Read more
- Students are able to develop their own digital arts specialism whilst gaining a multi-disciplinary understanding and experience of digital arts practice. Students are encouraged to take risks and innovate to develop truly extraordinary work
- The programme has close links with regional, national and international digital arts practitioners, networks and organisations
- Students have exposure to and interaction with a dedicated team of digital arts practitioners and research-active academics in both hands-on, collaborative workshops and visiting lectures
- Practical modules prepare students for the professional world of Digital Arts practice by challenging them to experiment with new technologies in both collaborative and independent capacities
- Seminar and research methods modules enable students to be active contributors to discussion of contemporary issues in the field of Digital Arts
- The programme draws on the resources and expertise of both the Faculty of Arts, Design and Humanities and the Faculty of Technology

Students will develop their own innovative work within the wider critical contexts of digital practices, in areas including interactive visual and performance arts and media, networks and collaboration, haptic and audio interaction, performance technologies and the innovative application of new technologies to music.

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The Digital Design MA is concerned with the creation of any digital or computer related content or products. This includes digital media, digital products, digital interiors, digital exhibitions and installations, digital graphics, digital fashion and even digital branding and marketing. Read more
The Digital Design MA is concerned with the creation of any digital or computer related content or products. This includes digital media, digital products, digital interiors, digital exhibitions and installations, digital graphics, digital fashion and even digital branding and marketing. You can specialise in the following:

• Digital media design, including multimedia design, web design, 2D and 3D computer animation, visual and special effects for TV and film, mobile app design for tablets and smart phones, computer and video games, virtual and augmented reality and 2D and 3D visualisation

• Digital product design, including the design of any computer-based or screen-based product such as smartphones, smart TV’s, tablet devices, smart watches, games consoles, smart household appliances, information systems and 3D digital printing

• Digital interior design, including digital display and projection design, intelligent interiors, digital lighting design and digital furniture design

• Digital exhibition, museum and installation design, including digital heritage resources, digital archeology, interactive kiosk and installation design, virtual museums and exhibitions

• Digital graphic design, including the design of e-books, e-learning, interface design, interaction design and digital signage

• Digital fashion design, including the design of wearable computing, smart clothing design and digital fabrics

• Digital branding and marketing design, including digital corporate identity design, logo design, social media marketing, digital channel advertising and promotion

You will have access to industry standard software and hardware such as Adobe Creative Suite and Autodesk MAYA while working in a dynamic environment with ongoing multimedia research and commercial projects. There are also opportunities to work on digital design projects set by external companies and other organisations. You will develop the skills and ideas to go on to employment as a digital designer or to set up your own business as a freelancer after graduation.

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This course is designed to provide a detailed understanding of the evolution of diplomacy and the way in which diplomacy is practised in the contemporary world. Read more

About the course

This course is designed to provide a detailed understanding of the evolution of diplomacy and the way in which diplomacy is practised in the contemporary world. It tackles a number of broader issues that impact on diplomatic processes, such as the way in which states operate in regional organisations such as the European Union, the threat of organised crime and terrorism and the role of multinational corporations and companies.
•A wide variety of modules
The course offers the opportunity to study a wider variety and greater number of modules than comparative degree programmes in other UK universities
•Add international experience to your CV
You will have the opportunity to take part in #DMUglobal overseas study trips.
•Learn from internationally renowned staff
You will be part of a research-rich academic environment with the opportunity to learn from internationally renowned staff and participate in research seminars, conferences and annual lectures
•Excellent student experience
Students benefit from the input of high-profile visiting scholars, academic staff with wide geographical subject coverage and the opportunity to participate in study trips abroad
•Boost your potential earnings
Business and Law postgraduates command an average salary of £44,186 (DLHE, 2013/14)

Teaching and assessment

Teaching will be delivered through formal lectures, informal seminars, tutorials, workshops, discussions, and e-learning packages. Assessment will usually be through a combination of individual and group work, presentations, essays, reports and exams.

Course modules

•Diplomacy and International Politics – examines the role of diplomacy in the changing international system. You will be able to critique differing explanations of the international environment in which diplomacy operates and review in detail the functions of diplomacy as well as its historical development.
•Globalisation – globalisation affects business and society at all levels. In this module you will explore the historical background to globalisation and look at the economic, political and commercial contexts of globalisation. You will study globalisation debates and look at the effects of globalisation on various actors. You will also examine the relationship between globalisation and business.
•Research Methods – introduces you to the basic elements of research methodology and the complete range of research methods suitable for research in international relations and diplomacy. It will help you to define a research topic and produce a suitable research proposal for your dissertation.
•Post-Cold War World Order – considers the relationship between order and justice in international relations and links this to debates on the new world order that emerged after the fall of the Berlin Wall and the collapse of the Soviet Union. You will examine the position of the United States as the sole superpower after the Cold War and the extent to which it has been able to exert its model of order at a global level.

You will choose further elective modules. The following are typical of the elective modules offered:
•Britain and European Integration
•Regional Security in the European Neighbourhood
•Global Health: Politics, Policy and Strategy
•International trade

Please note that the running of modules in any academic year is subject to minimum numbers of students enrolling for each module and the availability of staff.

Dissertation - You must also undertake a dissertation, providing an invaluable opportunity to work in-depth on a particular aspect of diplomacy and word order, or on an international relations topic of your choice. You will need to apply and enhance your technical knowledge and critical awareness in a subject of your choice.

Note: All modules are subject to change in order to keep content current.

Industry links and professional accreditation

The Department has an active Politics Society. Recent presentations have been given by Alistair Campbell, the Mayor of Leicester, and David Blunkett. The Department also organises study trips.

Graduate careers

The course prepares you for
 senior roles in public and private organisations such as the United Nations or the EU parliament, 
where you can influence major decisions that affect us all.

There is real demand for suitably qualified managers who are interested
 in making a difference and who understand the implications 
of the global financial crisis,
 climate change, diplomacy and sustainable development, healthcare and other issues affecting contemporary society.

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Aimed at teachers employed in primary/secondary/FE as well as graduates looking for teaching careers, this course focuses on. contemporary issues such as learners and learning, and managing educational change. Read more
Aimed at teachers employed in primary/secondary/FE as well as graduates looking for teaching careers, this course focuses on
contemporary issues such as learners and learning, and managing educational change. You will be encouraged to use your own workplace and experience as the basis for your assignments.

It enables those already working in education, and those interested in doing so, to reflect upon the latest trends and developments in the field and, where appropriate, to consider how these apply to their own place of work. The course is designed to be of practical use to you, your institution and your students/pupils.

You will be required to complete the Researching Education module, the dissertation and choose from a range of other modules.

Course modules:

Core:
•Researching Education (30 credits)
•Major project/dissertation (60 credits)

You will select from the following 30 credit optional modules:

•Assessment and the Curriculum
•Current and Emergent Issues
•Technology Enhanced Learning
•Inclusion in Practice
•Learners and Learning
•Managing Educational Change

Teaching and Assessment:

This course uses a variety of teaching methods including lectures, tutorials, and group work during evening teaching sessions. You will also be expected to undertake selfdirected study at your convenience. If you study full-time, you will attend taught sessions for two evenings per week and complete the course in one academic year. If you study part-time, you will attend taught
sessions for one evening per week and complete the course in two academic years.

Expertise:

The course team are all experienced and qualified teachers and lecturers, and have been recognised by university awards for excellent teaching and for Curriculum Design and Innovation.

Members of the team are currently active researchers undertaking research projects in the following areas:

•Race and equality in education
•In technology, policy implementation and change management
•Leadership
•Assessment
•Excellence and good practice

Graduate Careers:

This course is ideal if you wish to further your career. It fits with the latest demands of the Training and Development Agency for teaching staff to be educated to master’s level and will help prepare and build on the demands of National Professional Qualification for Headship. The course is also an ideal vehicle for those wishing to work and research in the academic
discipline of Education Studies.
PG Certificate Education Practice:

This course is run locally in schools as a short course to enable staff to continue their professional development and enhance existing skills and knoweldge.

Fees for this course will be different to our standard postgraduate fees. Contact us for further information.


"The course has opened up my mind to new theories and pedagogical practices. In comparison to other masters’ in education, this course offered more choice than the others. It allowed me to make the masters my own, furthering my knowledge in areas that interested me and, most importantly, applied to my vocation as a teacher."
Leanne Holmes, Graduate

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The English Language Teaching MA is aimed at language specialists worldwide; native or non-native speakers of English. It is ideal for those who have previous experience of English Language Teaching (ELT) and/or research in this discipline. Read more
The English Language Teaching MA is aimed at language specialists worldwide; native or non-native speakers of English. It is ideal for those who have previous experience of English Language Teaching (ELT) and/or research in this discipline.

The course explores contemporary research issues and a variety of teaching methodologies in ELT, and gives you the opportunity to broaden your understanding of the theoretical and practical issues that ELT teachers and learners face in the classroom.

While focusing on research trends and issues, this MA is designed to improve your opportunities for teaching English language in a variety of different situations, both in the UK and abroad. It differs from many other master's degrees as it includes a mix of practical and theoretical subjects that will be useful for English language teachers.

You will be taught in excellent classroom facilities within our Centre for English Language Learning, which is accredited by the British Council. Taught modules will require preparatory reading and weekly attendance over two terms. Formal classroom contact will normally include a two-hour session per week, per module, and will take the form of a workshop. This may require attendance at the university for up to three days a week.

All members of the English language department are highly qualified and experienced and bring a truly international dimension to their teaching.

The course is designed primarily to enhance your potential and future career prospects in English Language Teaching and further ELT research. Graduates have gone on to be a director of studies, web based teacher and designer, ESP trainer
for multinational companies, materials and resource designer and a one-to-one tutor.

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The English MA offers the best of both taught and research-focused postgraduate courses, enabling students to concentrate on their chosen assessments and individual interests while teaching them the practical skills involved in Humanities research, ranging from first-hand experience of conference management, presenting work and writing for publication. Read more
The English MA offers the best of both taught and research-focused postgraduate courses, enabling students to concentrate on their chosen assessments and individual interests while teaching them the practical skills involved in Humanities research, ranging from first-hand experience of conference management, presenting work and writing for publication. It is an ideal stepping-stone to either research at PhD level or a career in teaching, publishing, research or event management. The focus on individual choice, developing your own specialisms, enables you to produce your best possible work.

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The Fashion and Textiles MA at DMU offers a practice-based, design-led experience across the following four distinctive pathways. Read more
The Fashion and Textiles MA at DMU offers a practice-based, design-led experience across the following four distinctive pathways:

• Contour Fashion – specialising in the study of intimate apparel, including jersey wear, lingerie, swimwear, corsetry, loungewear and bra design

• Fashion Design – with the opportunity to specialise in womenswear, menswear and fashion knitwear

• Footwear Design and Accessories – with options including women’s, men’s and children’s footwear and accessories for sport, leisure or fashion

• Textile Design – for fashion, interiors and lifestyle, with the opportunity to specialise in print, construct and mixed media

Prior to enrolling onto the course you will choose one of the pathways which will provide the focus of your design practice. The promotion of creative, technical and intellectual knowledge, alongside a critical, contextual understanding will be a key focus. This is complemented by teaching and learning across the pathways to consider design communication, portfolio development and promotion.

The course will prepare you for a variety of careers. Graduates from the School have gone on to work in roles ranging from design, product development, buying, and garment technology to working freelance or starting up a small business. They have also gone on to work for national and multinational companies such as Agent Provocateur, Courtaulds, Abercrombie and Fitch, Tommy Hilfiger, Superdry, Alexander McQueen, Vivienne Westwood, French Connection, Jigsaw, Next, H&M, Kurt Geiger, L.K. Bennett, Clarks, New Balance, Tesco, Joules, and Primark.

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