School of Education

In this section, you can find your school induction timetable and other important information related to your course to get you ready for the year ahead. 

Your induction timetable will be published here in early September. It will cover:

  • essential School of Education and university-wide registration activities
  • events to help you settle in, get involved and make new friends

Important notices 

Applying for credit exemption on a master's course

If you have prior learning or experience at an appropriate level and have not yet applied for credit exemption, you must do so at least four weeks before the course begins, so by 29 August 2022Late applications will not be considered

Please visit the School of Education ROL pages for full information and how to apply for credit exemption for:

  • MA Digital Teaching and Learning
  • MA Education
  • MA Educational Leadership and Management
  • MA Person-Centred Experiential Counselling and Psychotherapy Practice
  • MA Special and Inclusive Education
  • MA Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
  • MA Trauma Informed Practice
 

For MA Person-Centred Experiential Counselling and Psychotherapy Practice (PCECPP) students only

The orientation programme which runs Wednesday 28 September to Friday 30 September within the induction week is compulsory for all MA PCECPP students to attend. The hours are integral to the course hours that will ensure you meet the required 450 hours of training to become registered as a counsellor with BACP on completion of the course. 

The full induction programme for all courses will be available from 1 September, but we wanted to highlight this to you now, so you can ensure you are free to attend.

 

 MA Trauma Informed Practice students only

If you are unable to attend the full induction week due to work commitments, please prioritise attending on Monday 26 and Tuesday 27 September, to obtain key information about the School of Education and your course, and to get to know your course tutors and fellow students. 

You are welcome and encouraged to attend the various orientation sessions running Wednesday to Friday (28 to 30 September) and invited to the welcome social event on Thursday afternoon (29 September), but these are all optional.  

 

Useful information

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