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To update and upgrade the knowledge, understanding and skills of graduates who are interested in pursuing or are currently working in the Biopharmaceutical industry. To retrain graduates working in related disciplines, by providing advanced level modules in the theory, analysis design and practical methodology of the rapidly evolving subjects that are associated with this sector.
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The programme aims to build capacity in schools in the area of SpLD/Dyslexia and to develop teachers who would be expected to:
- Select, administer and interpret detailed diagnostic assessments and use appropriate psychometric tools
- Effectively identify and use appropriate strategies, interventions and approaches to support learners with Dyslexic-type…
The Master of Education in Literacy Professional Practice is designed for classroom teachers who are seeking to develop deep expertise in literacy theory, research and evidence-based practices. The programme of study draws on a wide variety of theoretical models and processes, perspectives, instructional models, curricular frameworks, and policies in relation to literacy.
Three core…Find out more
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The Masters of Education in Autism is designed to meet the professional and personal needs of educators seeking to acquire deep expertise in the area of evidence informed education for pupils on the autism spectrum. There is a particular focus on the translation of research evidence and theory into best practices in schools.
Graduates will develop the…Find out more
The Master of Education programme combines educational theory and applied studies and assists learners in the development of up-to-date knowledge in a chosen area of specialisation and beyond. The programme incorporates current educational thinking and the most effective pedagogical practices within a wide range of contemporary educational issues.
The key focus of the programme is that…Find out more
The Master of Education in Early Childhood Education is a two-year part time taught programme delivered on campus and online. In Year 1, students undertake five modules, with two of the modules Leading and Mentoring for Professional Practice and Quantitative Research Methods delivered in a blended learning…Find out more
The Masters in Education and Training Management (Leadership) programme is a two-year part-time programme. The start date for the programme is late September. The Graduate Diploma element of the programme consists of 6 modules and runs over 3 semesters. All face-to-face sessions are conducted on selected Wednesday evenings from 6.30pm to 9pm (some classes may run beyond 9pm) and on selected…Find out more
The course is offered through a blended approach whereby participants benefit from synchronous web conferencing and face-to-face settings. A defining aspect of the programme is learning together as participants are encouraged to collaboratively reflect on and share their learning through a range of activities and social networking.
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Year Two Entry
Successful applicants who have completed a recognised postgraduate diploma programme of continuing professional development for teachers involved in learning support, inclusive or special education will be required to complete an additional 60 credits for the award of MSEN. The 60 credits are normally completed within one academic year and comprise two 15 credit…Find out more
The overall aim of this programme is to provide students with a standard of excellence in the knowledge, skills and understanding necessary for practice in the field of personal, education and career guidance and counselling;
You will be educated and trained to develop a systematic and coherent framework for practice within your organisation;
Through strong reflective practice,…Find out more