Course Overview Our MA Inclusive Education is a flexible course for anyone interested in critically exploring inclusive education. We offer a full-time and part-time route, as well as an offsite provision so you can study at a place and pace that suits you. From early years practitioners, teachers and leaders in education, to local authority, health services and aspiring researchers, our course appeals to a variety of backgrounds and professions. You’ll be joining a diverse and thriving community of postgraduate students from the UK and across the world. You’ll analyse key issues, significant debates and global concepts in the field of inclusive education. Reflect on your personal understandings of special educational needs and consider the relationship between educational values and the development of inclusive practice. You’ll learn the theoretical knowledge from expert educational researchers to make an impact in your current professional setting or future career and become a leader in education. You will evaluate and learn to think with a range of theoretical frameworks to deepen your critical analysis. And you’ll explore how theory informs how we interpret and analyse key issues in inclusive education. We aim to empower you to approach your own research with confidence. You’ll extend your understanding of research techniques to prepare you for completing your own dissertation. Throughout the project, you will have access to support from active researchers in our internationally renowned Educational and Social Research Institute (ESRI). You’ll learn from experts in education to become a leader in the areas of education that interest you. You’ll be able to specialise your studies around the educational topics you’re passionate about by choosing an option unit based on work by world-class researchers in the Faculty of Health and Education. Specialist option units may include topics such as literacy and language, educational philosophy, learning in informal settings, or international perspectives in education. When you graduate, you’ll achieve a masters degree that highlights areas of your personal and professional interest. Features and Benefits
- World-class research informed teaching - Experience courses planned and delivered by our world-leading Education and Social Research Institute (ESRI). You’ll learn from experts in education to become a leader in the areas of education that interest you.
- Offsite offering - Within our part-time route we offer two core modules for offsite teaching. You’ll have the opportunity to learn at your place of employment under the guidance of a university tutor.
- Expert dissertation support - you can work closely with ESRI researchers as part of your dissertation. They’ll help you shape and carry out your own research project, lending expertise in areas such as early childhood, literacy, STEM, and global educational trends.
- Join a diverse postgraduate community - you’ll become a part of a thriving community of postgraduate learners from a variety of professional backgrounds in the UK and across the world. This network helps to enhance your learning experience and further support you through your studies.
- Flexible learning – study either part-time or full-time so that you can fit your masters around your other commitments.
- Tailored to you – we’ve designed this course so that you can shape your learning journey to your individual interests. Choose option units and coursework topics to reflect specialisms in your personal and professional interest.
- Expand your knowledge – focus on the field of inclusive education and consider alternative approaches through recent research and theory on inclusion and diversity in education to evaluate practice.
Please see our website for information on entry requirements.
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