Education and Specialist Related Area (ESRA)
courses allow students to study in an area
of education-related work. The broad field of education
provides a range of career possibilities; working with
children and families, specialising in special needs and inclusion
or studying the way people learn and the systems that are used in
modern education establishments.
There are many roles in schools, colleges, training and the
community for people with a degree in an education-related area.
Other possible careers involve a holistic approach, looking at
health and social needs. Find out more about careers in education.
Although these courses do not confer Qualified Teacher Status
(QTS), they are suitable degrees to make you eligible for a
Education Studies programmes introduce students to educational
concepts and fields of enquiry exploring the diversity of learners
and learning in contemporary society. These courses prepare
students for professional qualifications in teaching as well
as for a range of other professional educare
We offer the following degree courses combining Education
Studies with a variety of complementary subjects:
Childhood and Family Studies programmes develop the skills and
knowledge required for a range of careers working with children,
their families and the services that support them, in both
education and social care contexts.
View a case study of a current
Childhood and Family Studies student.
We offer Childhood and Family Studies degree courses combined
with a variety of complementary subjects:
Special Needs and Inclusion Studies offer the opportunity to
consider a range of issues and perspectives surrounding working
with disabled people. Students study current policies, procedures
and practice assisting them to influence inclusive strategies.
We offer the following Special Needs and Inclusion Studies
Foundation degrees are designed to offer appropriate education
and training to professionals currently working within the
education sector. We offer the following foundation degrees:
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