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Develop the skills and abilities to enhance your educational practice and effectively support students with our MA Education Online degree. The programme is rooted in professional experience and covers a wide range of learning, teaching and assessment methods, materials and technologies. We’ve designed this online, part-time course to fit around existing work and teaching commitments, particularly for those working in higher and further education, training, development or coaching. You can also choose our one-year Postgraduate Certificate Higher Education (PGCHE) or two-year Postgraduate Diploma Higher Education (PGDipHE).
If your profession involves educating other people and you'd like to improve your professional expertise or progress into a more senior role, our MA Education Online degree is designed to help you. Learn how to undertake and use educational research and to reflect on your practice, using your knowledge of the latest educational trends and developments to inform and enhance the way you work.
Undergraduate degree or equivalent, in any discipline.
Plus 6 months of professional experience in developing other people.Full requirements
30 months (part-time online)
September 2022See all Start Dates
Apply for this course directly with the University of Law
Enhance your teaching skills to improve student experience, working alongside like-minded professionals.
The MA Education Online course will enable you to:
You’ll be provided with all learning materials, including guidance for each module, ebook core texts, podcasts, presentations, articles to read, a discussion board and a wiki.
We also offer the MA Higher Education Administration, Management and Leadership designed to help you develop an understanding of leadership and management within Higher Education.
Two compulsory modules
Optional modules (choose one)
Dissertation: a 15,000 word dissertation will be completed in the final academic year (60 credits)
To get a full picture of how you can fit these part-time, online courses around your existing commitments, take a look at our course dates.
A variety of assessments are used, including:
There are two compulsory modules in year 1. There are two modules in year 2 – one compulsory and one optional. In the final year students will complete a 15,000 word dissertation.
Applications for this course are now open.
Apply for the MA Education directly with the University.
By studying for Master's degree you could be eligible for a Student Loans Company Postgraduate Loan of up to £11,570.
See full details of course fees and payment structures on the fees and funding page.
We have students from over 120 different countries throughout our campuses, with a dedicated team to help international students.