University of Wolverhampton

Education

This course allows students to build their own programme and customised their experience. Building upon students existing skills, experience and/or qualifications it develop skills, knowledge and understanding which are practical, flexible, relevant and applicable to students current or future role, responsibilities or career aspirations.

Entry requirements

A degree and/or a teaching qualification are normally required for admission. The applicant's professional experience may, however, count towards entry if they do not hold a degree: many successful participants (who are not graduates) have joined the programme and have found practitioner-expertise appropriate to the demands of the programme. This is discussed at interview. Demonstration of prior learning or prior certification may be used towards our postgraduate qualifications and applicants are offered support to seek the accreditation of their prior learning (APL) where this is appropriate. For students whose 1st language is not English, please see the University's international web page for details of English language requirements.

Course modules

Modules include: developing academic study skills; developing e-learning within diverse educational settings; teachers change and learning; research methods; dissertation; critical approaches to learning teaching and diversity; options.

Assessment methods

Dissertation.

Qualifications

Qualification Study mode Start month Fee Fee locale Course duration
MA Full-time October 2017 12,445 (Year 1) International 12 12 Months
MA Full-time October 2017 6,020 (Year 1) Home/EU 12 12 Months
MA Part-time October 2017 3,010 (Year 1) Home/EU 2 2 Years

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