MA Education University of Northampton

This Education MA at University of Northampton is ideal for teachers, education professionals and recent graduates looking to enhance their practice. The MA comprises of four modules and the completion of a thesis. The thesis is an original and substantial piece of research. A key element of all the modules is the class community which enables you to engage with other professional colleagues and fellow researchers. In every module you design the titles of your assignments around your personal and professional interests. With support from your tutors, you will be able to explore aspects of education that are of interest to you. You will also be supported to publish and present your work.

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Our Masters in Education at University of Northampton allows you to develop your skills, knowledge and understanding of aspects of education of specific interest to you. This course is available for full-time and part-time study. The course is flexible and wide-ranging and involves the study of: leadership, classroom cultures and also has an international and comparative aspect. While studying on this course you will complete a thesis, which is a significant piece of original research. Our Masters’ in Education community includes teachers, school leaders and others working in or interested in education.

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You can choose to study for your MA Education on our Waterside Campus in Northampton (face to face) or 100% online, on any device from anywhere in the world over 1-5 years. This option is designed for UK-based or international education professionals looking for the flexibility to study at a distance and fit the timing of their studies around life, work and family commitments.

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Career opportunities

Higher degrees can provide an opportunity for higher level responsibility roles and senior posts within education, children's services or further education. Responding to the continuing professional development agenda, this course not only addresses needs identified by Local Authorities within the East Midlands region, but also the DFE agenda for the development of teaching as a research based profession and Teaching Agency (TA) standards for specialist teachers and postgraduate professional development.

PROGRAM

  • Contemporary & international Issues in Early Years
  • Supporting Parents and Developing Community
  • International Perspectives on Education
  • Practitioner Led Development Project
  • Research Methods
  • Principles and Practice in Action Research
  • Reflecting on Professional Practice Through Autoethnography
  • Young Children’s Literature, Media and Culture
  • Exploring Pedagogy and Practice
  • School and Classroom Cultures
  • Leading for Change
  • Perspectives on Leadership and Management
  • Approaches to Leadership and Management
  • Developing and Supporting Others
  • Designing for the 21st Century Learning
  • Understanding Language in Use: Approaches to the Analysis of Discourse
  • Approaches to Language Learning – Theory and Method
  • ELT in Practice
  • Classroom Language Assessment and Test Construction 
  • Contemporary Issues in Education
  • Historical Themes in Education
  • Research Thesis
  • Dissertation

This Scholarship is available to students from Spain and Portugal. Please refer to this webpage: http://www.northampton.ac.uk/study/fees-and-funding/funding-your-study/bursaries-scholarships-and-awards/the-northampton-santander-masters-scholarship-scheme
Cost of the master: Not declared
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