Recent graduate Gemma Batchelor tells us about her journey studying on our Education MA course.
Postgraduate study develops your skills, supports your career progression and allows for rich personal development.
The School of Education offers a range of postgraduate opportunities:
- teacher training courses for early years, primary, secondary and further education
- Education MA
- specialist PGCerts
- Education MRes
Find out more at the Falmer campus postgraduate open evening on Wednesday 5 February, 5pm to 8pm.
The University of Brighton has been working with Sussex Coast Teaching School Alliance on a project focussed on driving up attainment in primary mathematics.
A celebration of the impact of the project took place on Tuesday 21 May at the University’s Falmer campus. 16 primary schools from across the city came together to present how the project has improved the mathematics teaching in their schools.
Find out more about the Education MRes and EdD at one of our info evenings:
- Monday 18 March, 4pm-5pm
- Tuesday 19 March, 5-6pm
Both events take place at the University of Brighton’s Falmer campus.
The sessions will include information about the content of the MRes and the EdD programme as well as what is required for the application. Read More
Thinking about training to teach or continuing your professional development?
Find out about our postgraduate routes into teaching early years, primary, secondary and further education at our Falmer campus open evening. Plus learn about our Education MA, specialist PGCerts and our Professional Doctorate in Education.
Our friendly staff will be on hand to chat through your options and you can also attend a range of talks.
Don’t miss out – book your place today!
Learn about our Professional Doctorate in Education and chat to the programme leader at our information evening on 14 June 2018.
The Postgraduate Education Research Conference is an annual event held by the School of Education for students from the Education MA, Guernsey PGCert and EdD programme. The event is also open to final year students from all BA(Hons) and PGCE routes who are interested in further study.
The conference is a celebration of the school’s research community and offers both staff and students the opportunity to come together to share their work, and to support and stimulate each other. Read More
Dr Gary Stidder and Sid Hayes have released The Really Useful Physical Education Book: Learning and Teaching across the 11 – 16 age range with contributions from 16 other University of Brighton PE, dance, sport science and sport coaching staff members.
Fully updated in line with the National Curriculum, the second edition of The Really Useful Physical Education Book offers crucial guidance and practical ideas for effective and imaginative lessons. Read More
We are thrilled to announce that we will be running our Maths CPD short courses again this autumn. Read More