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MA/PgD/PgC Education Studies

Course Description

This course starts in 2017. The MA Education Studies offers a choice of routes for practising professionals and managers in educational settings. Masters level study is viewed by many as being essential for career progression and supports professional development in education and related fields. This course provides the opportunity to develop knowledge and understanding of the current landscape in education and engage with wider theories and issues. Students will develop critical thinking and hone higher level skills.
Students can choose to undertake either a Postgraduate Certificate (PgC), a Postgraduate Diploma (PgD) or a full MA in Education Studies. Optional modules allow students to follow different routes, including leadership and management and early career development or to focus on areas of interest relevant to the students own professional practice.

Visit the MA/PgD/PgC Education Studies page on the University of Suffolk website for more details!

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Entry Requirements

Bachelors Honours degree 2:2 from a UK university or other recognised degree-awarding body,or a qualification at equivalent level. Applicants without this qualification, who have substantial relevant professional experience, may also be considered. Have access to practice.The criteria are:1. Access to teaching and/or supporting teaching and learning in a relevant statutory, private, voluntary or independent setting with a direct responsibility for learning within their educational setting; 2. Students will be required to complete at least 225 hours in practice while on the course.

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