The School of Education's programme of undergraduate courses largely focuses on professional learning. Our undergraduate degrees will enable you to develop a wide range of transferable skills, knowledge and understanding through an excellent educational and cultural experience.
Our staff are experts in their fields and have been awarded student nominated Lord Dearing awards for the quality of their teaching since its inception.
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Education BA/Education MArts
The Education BA and Education MArts are education degrees that combine the academic study of educational policies, systems, contexts and practices, with a practical focus on career development in related areas.
These courses will build a broad theoretical and practical understanding of educational research methods suitable for those aiming enter the field of educational research. They also offer, through optional modules, a strong foundation for those aspiring to teach, for example in primary schools.
Humanistic Counselling Practice BA
The Humanistic Counselling Practice BA course is particularly suitable for mature students who wish to combine studying with work or family commitments, or may already be working in the counselling practice area and want to enhance their professional practice with a qualification at this level.
It is taught by professionals in the field. Lectures and seminars are delivered in small groups, providing regular and consistent tutor/student contact. There are no exams and we offer innovative types of assessment, for example, portfolios and presentations.
How to apply
If you're applying for admission to a full-time first degree course (even if you already hold a degree), you must apply through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). Find out more about the process on our Applying webpages.