You can study for a range of courses and programmes within ACER, from undergraduate level through to postgraduate level, including research degrees.
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The University of Birmingham is a leading provider of degree-level programmes which focus on autism and education. Our programmes develop real insight and encourage reflective practice. You will be tutored by recognized experts in the field and have access to an extensive library and research materials. Academic credits and qualifications can be used as a springboard to further study. Our courses contribute towards LDAF and NVQ.
ACER has three specific courses associated with it.
- Autism (Adults) MEd/BPhil/Postgraduate Diploma/ Postgraduate Certificate/Advanced Certificate
- Autism (Children) MEd/BPhil/Postgraduate Diploma/Postgraduate Certificate/Advanced Certificate
- Autism Spectrum (Webautism) University Certificate
Student testimonials - Studying for a research degree
Graduate Lila Kossyvaki from Greece, talks about why she chose to do a PhD and what is was like studying here (In Greek with English Subtitles)
Current student Marilena Mademtzi talks about her experience studying for a PhD. Read her profile
Patricia is studying for a PhD in Investigative Psychology at the University of Valencia and is part of the Autism Learning Difficulties group in the University. She undertook an internship in the School of Education, University of Birmingham for 6 months and worked with the Autism Centre for Educational Research (ACER). (In Spanish with English subtitles)
Please view the Postgraduate Research pages for more information on applying for a PhD