Digital Teaching and Learning MA

This programme will help you to understand how current theories of learning can inform the design and use of innovative digital technologies, both now and in the future.
Year of entry
1 year full-time including dissertation, 2 years part-time plus dissertation
Mode of study
Full-time Part-time
Entry requirements

2:2 (or international equivalent)


An interest in how you can use digital technologies to transform teaching and learning is important. Otherwise, some previous experience of teaching can also be helpful (this could be at any level, country or sector and could be paid or voluntary). Other examples of useful experience or interest include education management, or administration, software development, education publishing or technologies.

6.5 (no less than 6.0 in any element)
UK/EU fees
International fees
Start date
Course location
Jubilee Campus
Social Sciences Education


Course structure


The MA was a rewarding and fulfilling experience - it ticked all the boxes I was hoping it would, including: intellectual challenge and stimulus, exposure to and interrogation of theory, policy and practice, and significant relevance to me and my role as an educational practitioner.
Tim Meek, Software Developer

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