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Course summary

Our MA Education and Early Childhood course is designed for Early Childhood practitioners with a passionate desire to provide high-quality early education and care. You’ll explore the importance of partnership between children, families and settings, as well as giving a real focus to your own organisation. You’ll challenge your thinking as you reflect on how settings can make a positive impact on education and community development. All the while, you’ll build on your understanding of the field and emerge as a reflective and inclusive practitioner. Who is this course aimed at? This course is aimed at Early Childhood professionals or graduates with a related degree. You’ll work in or have ambitions to work in a leadership or management role in a variety of educational or associated settings.


Entry requirements

Applicants will be expected to have achieved a 2:2 honours degree, or equivalent, at undergraduate level in a relevant area of study. Applicants with a third class honours degree will be considered alongside evidence of successful achievement of at least 30 credits at Masters Level in the last 3 years. Equivalent international qualifications are acceptable for entry to the programme. Other requirements: Work experience is preferred, but applications will be considered without it.


Fees and funding

Tuition fees

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Additional fee information

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Education and Early Childhood at Nottingham Trent University - UCAS