Undergraduate Education degrees at Goldsmiths

Educational studies at Goldsmiths focuses on social justice and inclusion. We see the study of culture and society as a window through which to view the world, and education as something with the power to define who we are and how we live.

Explore our degree:

BA Education, Culture & Society

Why study Education at Goldsmiths?

Learn about the fascinating impact of education on society

On the BA Education, Culture & Society degree you'll develop a great understanding of education’s role in UK society and beyond. You'll address a broad range of themes and ideas including gender in the early years, alternatives to schooling, mental health and wellbeing, and institutional racism.

Work experience and study abroad opportunities

You’ll have the opportunity to gain work experience at a range of organisations. Previous students have worked on literacy with Bengali women, developed educational materials at a city farm, and organised an art exhibition at a pupil referral unit for excluded secondary school students. You'll also have the opportunity to study abroad in China or Luxembourg for a term, which could give you a great insight into a different cultural, educational and linguistic environment.

Explore issues of social justice

You’ll be encouraged to think about the ways people are excluded from education and society. We're interested in exploring the tensions that can arise in a system that advocates education for all, but prevents the full participation of some groups within society

 

Reputation and heritage
Goldsmiths has been teaching education for over 115 years and we are renowned as leaders in the field.
Research focused
We are 2nd in the UK for our Education research intensity (Complete University Guide League Tables 2021).
Employability
9 out of 10 Goldsmiths students go into work or further study after they graduate (Graduate outcomes survey 2017–18).

Take a tour of the campus with students Drew and Clare