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Taught Master's Degrees

MA in Psychology and Education
MA in Drama Education and English Language Teaching (ELT)
MA in Drama and Theatre Education
MA in Educational Innovation
MA in Educational Leadership and Management
MA in Educational Studies
MA in Religions and Education by distance learning

Programme Structure

You may start your postgraduate study with just one module and qualify for a Postgraduate Award. Alternatively, you may wish to aim for a full Master’s degree or a Doctorate from the start. All postgraduate taught study at Warwick's Centre for Education Studies is organised in modules as follows:

• Core and optional modules: 30 CATs (5,000 word assignment)

• Research projects and dissertations: 60 CATs (20,000 words)

Depending on how many relevant modules you successfully complete you will receive an appropriate qualification. For a Master’s degree you need to complete 180 CATs. If you are registered for a Master’s degree, but need to terminate your studies for some reason, you can still leave with a qualification. Depending on your completion point, you may be awarded a PG Award (provided that the module has been approved as a PG Award), PG Certificate or a PG Diploma.

For further information on postgraduate awards and certificates please visit our website.


Centre for Education Studies

Centre for Education Studies
University of Warwick
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0)24 7652 3800

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Taught Master’s Degrees

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