School of Education

Our research and expertise

We are actively engaged in research at the frontiers of education. Our research informs and ignites the teaching and studying activities of all of our postgraduate courses.

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School of Education

We're proud of our standing as one of the very best schools in the UK for education research and teaching excellence.

As a student in the School of Education, you'll become part of our thriving academic community. We offer over 30 specialist programmes for undergraduate study, teaching training, postgraduate taught study and postgraduate research.

Studying with us

Looking for the best possible start to your career? An undergraduate degree from the School of Education offers just that, providing you with valuable knowledge, skills and experience that will set you up for a successful future.

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No matter your chosen career path, studying for a Masters can help you stand out. Our postgraduate degrees allow you to deepen your knowledge of a subject, specialise in a particular area or take a new direction.

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Whether you're a graduate looking to secure qualified teacher status, or an established educator looking to enhance your skills and develop your career opportunities, there are a variety of training and study options available to you.

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As a postgraduate researcher, you will become a key member of our thriving academic community, receiving expert supervision and support while pursuing an area of work you are passionate about.

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Our reputation

Top 10

most targeted by leading employers

High Fliers Survey 2019


in the UK for student experience

Times Higher Education Survey 2018

Top 15

in the UK for Education

QS World Rankings by Subject 2019

Upcoming events

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02 Nov

ESRC Festival of Social Science

Various locations - see description for more detail

11 Nov

CLER Book Launch: Translanguaging: a “Maximalist” Perspective

Michael Sadler SR (LG.15) | 12:00 - 14:00