Learn about our Professional Doctorate in Education and chat to the programme leader at our information evening on 14 June 2018.
Bursaries of £40,000 are being offered to ex-service personnel to train as teachers in a new scheme that will replace the Troops to Teachers Programme, launched at the University of Brighton in 2013.
The bursaries will provide veterans of all three services – British Army, Royal Navy and the RAF – with greater flexibility. Once they leave the service they will be able to train as teachers, while still receiving financial support. Continue reading
Good luck to everyone receiving A-Level results tomorrow!
If your exams have gone differently from the way you expected, or you have had a change of heart about the course you want to do then Clearing can be a great way to start that journey. Continue reading
Our Education MA has recently been revised and updated to further reflect the characteristics of effective professional development. The new MA in Education is a consequence of on-going development work with local practitioners and senior leaders in educational establishments.
Our part-time professional courses are ideal if you already work with children and young people in an educational setting and want to develop your career through work-based, flexible and tailored learning.
Come along to one of our open day on Saturday 4 February or Tuesday 21 March to find out more about our courses available.
- Speak with current students and other applicants
- Meet course staff and have your questions answered
- Find out about student finance and student support
- Take a tour of the Falmer campus and specialist facilities.
The University of Brighton are collaborating with Millais Alliance and Thrive Alliance to offer a Modern Foreign Language (MFL) Subject Knowledge Enhancement Course starting in January 2017. Sessions will run over 4 full days and are made up of face to face learning, online learning and inter-sessional tasks.
We are currently accepting applications for our 1-year, part-time course, leading to a PGCert qualification (60 Level 7 credits). Continue reading
We are now accepting applications for our 4-year, part-time course leading to a BA (Hons) degree. Continue reading
Working alongside East Sussex County Council (ESCC), The University of Brighton are very happy to accredit this specialist course for those working with children and young people with dyslexia. Continue reading
The University of Brighton are working with East Sussex County Council (ESCC) and their Specialist Communication Learning and Autism Support Service to design courses relevant to Teachers and TAs which also carry academic credits. Continue reading