Professional Doctorate in Education (EdD)


July 3rd, 2020

Develop the skills to conduct your own research. Start October 2020

This course provides an exciting opportunity for experienced education professionals to develop the critical knowledge and skills necessary to undertake your own independent research.

Structured to support busy professionals, you will study part-time over 6 years. The course is divided into two parts: taught element and thesis. The taught element will see you attend a series of weekend study schools to help you to develop your research and writing skills. You will then commence your extended piece of original research.

You will be taught by an established team of accomplished education scholars who boast a wide range of expertise and experience in research, teaching and policy work.

Supervision is offered across the research centres in the School of Education and if appropriate it may be possible to work with academic colleagues elsewhere in the University to offer joint supervision across schools.

Find out more about EdD.

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