Professional development for educational practitioners
Enhance your knowledge and practise at one of the UK's top three (Guardian University League Table 2018) educational providers. At the Institute of Education, we focus on training you to excel in your career, not just to simply pass the course.
Whether you want to learn on a part-time or a full-time basis, we offer a range of flexible postgraduate courses to fit in and around your work and life commitments.
Graduates: want to develop professionally?
If you have an undergraduate degree and want to enhance your skills and deepen your educational knowledge, there are several different routes available to you, including Masters, PGCE and doctoral study. In addition to these established routes, we are now offering a unique stand alone module:
Developing Mentoring Excellence (Theory and Practice) EDM 190
A short, intensive course via distance learning that will improve practice and add value for those who mentor others in any profession or walk of life. A standalone module that will give you 20 credits against a University of Reading master's in Education. This module is intended to support you with your professional development in a range of mentoring roles as well as your wider professional practice. Entry requirements: you should be able to provide evidence of successful study at level 6
Cost £800 (At April 2018). For more details, a chat about this module or to start applying, please contact Teresa Wilson.
Want to gain a master's qualification?
Our super flexible programme of master's level modules can be tailored to suit your own interests. Modules can be taken singularly - postgraduate diploma - or as part of an award bearing course, a master's for instance.
Want to work within early years?
If you have limited experience of working with children from birth to age five, but are looking to pursue a career working in early years we offer a 12-month full-time programme for graduates.
Ready to study beyond a master's?
We offer two different routes for those wanting to pursue a doctorate: the PhD in Education and the EdD (Doctorate in Education). Both degrees are research-led but the PhD focuses more on the independent study of a particular subject whereas the EdD is for educational practitioners who want study the nature of educational practice.