The School of Education offers students of all backgrounds the opportunity for personal and professional development through a commitment to programmes including certificates and degrees, from initial professional preparation to postgraduate masters and professional development programmes (also known as Continuing Professional Development) and research
Many of our courses have options for full, part-time study and distance learning. It is also possible to build credit over time, progressing from one level of award to another.
General course enquiries
Initial Teacher Training - Primary: firstname.lastname@example.org
Initial Teacher Training - Secondary: email@example.com
Masters and Professional Development Programmes: firstname.lastname@example.org
Postgraduate Research programmes: email@example.com
This year, we also have a number of New Courses.
BA (Hons) Education and Sociology
This new programme will enable students to combine the study of key issues facing contemporary societies, including globalization, the changing nature of work and the family, gender roles and multiculturalism, with the study of educational practices, processes and applications in a range of contexts and settings.
BA (Hons) Education and History
This undergraduate degree provides students with the opportunity to study History and Education in equal proportions to Honours degree level. Students will combine the study of the human past in one or both of the modern and medieval periods with the study of educational practices, processes and applications in a range of contexts and settings.
Postgraduate Diploma in Primary Education (SSPIP) in Mathematics
This new Subject Specialist Primary ITT (Initial Teacher Training) Programme (SSPIP) is an innovative new programme, which will enable you to specialise within a primary context. This teacher training route will prepare you for employment in a specialist role of teaching mainly or solely mathematics in a primary school. We are looking to recruit graduates with strong mathematics subject knowledge who demonstrate an enthusiasm for mathematics, an understanding of the primary context and a commitment to this exciting new role.
From autumn 2013, a new masters level programme in Language, Literacies and Dyslexia (BDA recognition pending) will be offered.