The School for Education Futures (SEF)
offers a comprehensive range of nationally-recognised courses
in education for future and current education professionals.
From cutting-edge teacher training courses and undergraduate
courses covering the education sector to research degrees and
continuing professional development (CPD) for all education
We offer undergraduate and postgraduate teaching qualifications
in Primary, Secondary and Further Education (Post Compulsory
Discover our range of teaching
courses and find out more about what to do before you
apply and where your teaching career could take you.
We offer innovative programmes that explore key issues
surrounding education in contemporary society. Although these
courses do not lead to Qualified Teacher Status, they provide a
rich depth of information for those who wish to pursue a career
with education as a major part of their role.
Find out more about Education and
Specialist Related Areas.
If you're already working in the education industry and want to
enhance your skills and career then our Continuing Professional Development
(CPD) opportunities can help you.
We offer a PG Certificate, PG Diploma and Master in Education
along with a Doctorate and PhD opportunities.
The Centre for Developmental and Applied Research in Education
(CeDARE) brings together researchers and academic staff from across
the School for Education Futures and the university as a
whole. Now in its fifth year the centre has a developing reputation
with central and local government, schools, a range of agencies,
community organisations and practitioners for high quality
Find out more about CeDARE and explore
our research and services.
The School for Education Futures offers
support through a dedicated Student Support Officer based at the
Walsall Campus. This service provides support regarding potential
course related or personal issues that may affect your studies, as
well as issues relating to rooming, timetabling or suitability of
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