Course information

Length

Modular

Course overview

Each of our CPD modules will enable you to develop enhanced understanding and critical awareness of educational theory and practice, critical reflection skills and research skills.

You can apply for a stand-alone module (30 credits) or study modules to make up a full Masters’ degree. You'll need to study six modules (180 credits) in order to do this.

You may also be awarded a Postgraduate Certificate if you exit after completing two modules (60 credits) or a Postgraduate Diploma if you complete four modules (120 credits). 

See the 'What you'll study' section below for information on module content.

Contact the department

If you have specific questions about the degree, contact the Teachers Centre

What you'll study

You will have to apply for each module individually, using the apply buttons at the top and bottom of this page. You can choose from a range of modules, listed below:

Module title Credits
  Developments and Collaborative Approaches in SEN and Behaviour 30 credits
  Spaces of Practice 30 credits
  Critical Pedagogy in Contested Spaces 30 credits
  Children’s Literature, Culture and Diversity 30 credits
  Children’s Literature in Action 30 credits
  Culture, Language and Identity in Education 30 credits
  Bilingualism and Biculturalism in Education 30 credits
  Progressive Leadership and Mentoring in Education 30 credits
  Race, Culture and Education 30 credits
  Research into Creative Writing Practices 30 credits
  Early Childhood Education for a Diverse Society 30 credits
  Masculinities, Femininities and Identities in Education 30 credits
  Teaching Language in Multilingual Contexts 30 credits
  Policy into Practice in the UK Education System 30 credits
  • Modules usually run in the evenings, between 17:30 and 20:00
  • Fees for individual 30 credit modules start at £1125 (2019/20)
  • Fees for full masters programmes can be found on the fees and funding page
  • Modules usually start in October, January, or April

Please note that due to staff research commitments not all of these modules may be available every year.

Entry requirements

Depending on the module you want to apply for, you should have (or expect to be awarded) an undergraduate degree of at least second class or upper second class standard in a related/relevant field/subject.

You might also be considered for some MA modules if you aren’t a graduate or your degree is in an unrelated field, but have relevant experience and can show that you have the ability to work at postgraduate level.

Some MA modules also have additional requirements. Please contact teacherscentre@gold.ac.uk for more information.

International qualifications

We accept a wide range of international qualifications. Find out more about the qualifications we accept from around the world.

If English isn’t your first language, you will need an IELTS score (or equivalent English language qualification) of to study this programme. If you need assistance with your English language, we offer a range of courses that can help prepare you for postgraduate-level study.

Fees, funding & scholarships

To find out more about your fees, please check our postgraduate fees guidance or contact the Fees Office, who can also advise you about how to pay your fees.

Additional costs

In addition to your tuition fees, you'll be responsible for any additional costs associated with your course, such as buying stationery and paying for photocopying. You can find out more about what you need to budget for on our study costs page.

There may also be specific additional costs associated with your programme. This can include things like paying for field trips or specialist materials for your assignments.

Funding opportunities

Find out more about postgraduate fees and explore funding opportunities. If you're applying for funding, you may be subject to an application deadline.

How to apply

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