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University of York, MA, Education

 United Kingdom

 

Study mode Start date Duration Fee international Fee UK/ EU Fee study period Year of study
Full-time Sep years: 1 £17370 £7810 Academic year 2019 - 2020
This course is designed for those with a broad interest in education.
It is ideal for both education professionals looking to improve their practice and recent graduates looking to enter the field. It allows you to explore the global forces that influence education and will equip you with the skills and confidence to enhance practice in educational settings.
If you see yourself as a current or future teacher, lecturer, trainer, researcher, educational administrator or a policy maker, then this masters is for you.
This course emphasises educational research and will give you a foundation for conducting your own small-scale research projects in a wide range of educational settings. Your studies can focus on current developments in education and issues of immediate concern.
As such, as well as providing a coherent and satisfying educational experience in its own right, this programme can serve as an excellent introduction to work at PhD level.

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