Our taught Masters and Professional Development Programmes (also known as CPD) in the School of Education offer you an opportunity to participate in a distinctive range of courses across a variety of fields of study which are all linked to the research interests of members of staff.
The entry level will depend on your academic qualifications as well as professional experience and for applicants who do not already hold a recognised degree, the appropriate level for entry will be the Undergraduate level. However, there are opportunities for progressing onto Postgraduate Masters level in most programmes. Learn more about the structure of the pathways for progression on the programmes.
We also offer a Degree Apprenticeship in Educational Leadership which builds on National Professional Qualifications and develops capacity for leadership and expert practice in schools.
Please visit our scholarships webpage to find out more about scholarships, grants and loans
Download information on all the postgraduate study programmes in the School of Education (PDF)
Fields of Study
Modes of Study
The school recognises the need for flexibility by delivering the programmes in a variety of modes of study. View the Flexible Learning page to find out more about the different ways you may study our courses.
An early application is advised as places are allocated on a first come first served basis. Further information on the entry requirments and admission may be found on the Admissions page.
If you are interested in undertaking a research programme, please view our Postgraduate Research page.