How do our minds, our families, and our societies influence the way we learn?
We offer four, full-time masters courses in education. Each course specialises in a particular area of study and is interlinked so you’ll have some study sessions with students on other courses. This allows you to collaborate across specialisms, consider other perspectives, and be part of a lively, full-time postgraduate community.
Here at Manchester Met, our experience developing education professionals spans over 100 years.
We work in partnership with over 1,500 regional schools, colleges and a range of other settings across the education, community, charity, arts and business sectors. Our Faculty is also home to a UK leading Education and Social Research Institute (ESRI), an internationally recognised centre of excellence for applied educational research and evaluation.
Designed for graduates and professionals with knowledge across a variety of educational settings, our courses focus on education as a multi-layered and challenging field of study.
You’ll consider what it means to educate people, understand global challenges in education, and the research evidence shaping policy and practice.