Doctor of Education EdD programme open for admissions this September
(1 April 2016)
The EdD Doctor of Education programme within the School of Environment, Education and Development (SEED) is designed to allow experienced professionals in the education sector, including University employees, to pursue doctoral studies equivalent to a PhD while working. The programme provides the opportunity to conduct high-quality research, explore a particular field of interest, and consider implications for professional practice. The qualification can support promotion to senior management roles within education or facilitate entry into Higher Education teaching.
The part-time programme is taught over seven weekends a year, taking around 72 months to complete. Applicants should have completed a master’s degree, and have considerable experience in their professional field.
Finding out more
Anyone interested in learning more is invited to attend an information session on the EdD Doctor of Education programme on Thursday 12th May, 6-8pm, 3.213 University Place.
Any queries should be directed to the SEED Admissions Office.
- e: firstname.lastname@example.org
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More information, including full entry requirements and details on how to apply, is available on the SEED website.