Keele University MA in Education
The MA Education (International) (MAEdi) is a flexible, part-time, semi-distance learning programme. It is accredited, validated, taught and assessed by Keele University, UK. The course is designed for those working in international schools and similar organisations. The aim is to broaden teachers’ knowledge, understanding and skills within their own professional setting. The programme has a clear practical focus, underpinned by theory and which provides participants with an opportunity to develop their professional comptence and enhance their capacity to engage in critically reflective practice as advanced educational professionals.
The MA Education (international) programme is a part-time, semi distance learning programme:
Year 1 entry: PGCEi (60 MA credits)
Modules: Learners, Learning and Assessment; International Educational Practice; Creative Practice.
Year 2 entry: Postgraduate Diploma in International Education (60 MA credits)
Modules: Towards a Personalised Curriculum; Global Educational Issues; Research Methods.
Year 3 entry: MA Education (International) (60 MA credits – dissertation only).
Towards a Personalised Curriculum (15 credits):
Global Educational Issues (15 credits):
Research Methods (30 credits):
To be finalised.
The price of the course depends on which cohort you attend. The range is fairly small, from 3,500- 3,700.
Qualified Teacher Status in England and Wales is conferred by the National College for Teaching and Leadership on behalf of the Secretary of State for Education (England) and the Minister for Education and Skills (Wales) not by universities. This MA in Education does not therefore offer a licence to teach in the UK or elsewhere.