Are you fascinated by the diverse ways in which human beings learn?
Our innovative and interdisciplinary programme considers education as a life-long and life-wide experience, encompassing educational philosophy, theory, policy and practice.
Critically analysing Education in a fast-changing globalised world, the BA (Hons) Education Studies will introduce you to creative and forward-thinking approaches to teaching and learning. It will also allow you to develop your understanding of contemporary educational policy at both global and local levels, whilst exploring the background to the history and development of education.
And with optional modules to choose across a range of different related disciplines, from philosophy to sociology, economics to business, you’ll gain a broad set of skills to help you progress to the best career for you.
Find out more about our entry requirements
Got all the information you need and want to apply? Apply directly through UCAS with course code X35B
We are accepting applications for October 2017 entry until 30th June 2017. If you are interested in joining us next year, come and see us!
Booking is now open for our next Undergraduate Open Days on Friday 23 and Saturday 24 June 2017. There will be two subject specific talks each day and a drop-in where you can meet the tutors and some of our current students.
"The aim [of the placement] was to learn more about Equine Assisted Learning and how this could help children with a wide range of difficulties...I hoped to undertake my own craft related project within the charity with a focus on self-esteem and confidence building"
Jo, BA Education Studies student on the work-based placement in 2nd year
"Among all projects, student tutoring in SEN schools captured my attention. I wanted to volunteer because it was an entirely new concept that I had never experienced. I hoped that through volunteering, I could gain some experience and understanding of working with pupils with special needs."
Jinjue, BA Education Studies student on volunteering in her first year
Hear from the Course Leader, Dr Juliet Raynsford, on why a BA Education Studies could be the right choice for you.
You can also ask Juliet qustions at our next Live Chat on 21st June