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Masters in Education (MEd) in Professional Development

Course Description

The MEd in Professional Development is a Master’s level programme offered to any professional on a part-time, flexible, in-service basis and is supported by University College tutors based throughout the South West. There are three 60-credit stages to the programme and it is normally recommend that each stage is completed within one academic year. Applicants must complete the UCP Marjon application form and return to [email protected]

There are no taught modules - each stage of the MEd is guided by participants’ own research and study interests based on their individual professional background. Participants commence their studies by completing an individual learning plan and then progress to a research study based on their interests. We can offer specialist supervision in coaching and mentoring, leadership, organisational development, international studies, learning and development and many other topics of interest. Our tutors are drawn from across the professional community and can offer support in many additional topics.

Entry Requirements

Normally, candidates will be expected to have a good first degree. However, Accreditation of Prior Learning (APL) arrangements can take into account the wider professional experience of those seeking to undertake the MEd. Professionals with prior certificated learning with the NCSL or who have NPQH will be accredited for 60 credits of study. To be eligible for TDA funding, participants must also have QTS. Candidates without QTS will be expected to pay the University College’s fees for Masters study. In the academic year 2009-10 the fee for a 60-credit module is £1,400.

Course Fees

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