Liverpool John Moores University
Education, Globalisation and Social Change
You will need an Honours degree (minimum 2.1) in a relevant subject, for example Education, Social Policy, Health or International Studies. A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check is also required. International students will need equivalent qualifications and an IELTS score of 6.0-6.5.
Please see guidance below on core and option modules for further information on what you will study.
•Education, Society and Culture (core)
Critically reviews the inter-relationship between education, society and culture across a variety of educational contexts
•Research Methods (core)
Encourages students to identify and critically evaluate appropriate research methodologies and methods for their own research
•Education and Globalisation (core)
Provides students with a critical understanding of the process of globalisation and its impact on education and social justice
•Competing Philosophies of Education (core)
Introduces students to important debates and traditions within the philosophy of education as a discipline and how these relate to on-going issues in globalisation and social change
•Educational governance; politics, power and education (core)
Provides a critical perspective of different systems of educational governance within the context of political, cultural, social and economic influences. It examines the sources and use of power within educational settings
•Adult and Continuing Education and Lifelong Learning (optional)*
Enables students to critically analyse a range of approaches to adult and continuing education and lifelong learning and to develop a critical understanding of the impact of cultural contexts in shaping the form and content of adult and continuing education
•International Practice of Education (optional)*
Enables students to critically explore the diversity of approaches taken to organising and providing education across Europe and beyond, this is achieved through both academic study and practical experience.
•Global Issues, Childhood and Education (optional)*
Allows students to critically examine contemporary global issues affecting children and their families drawing on key debates in education and care
Provides the opportunity for students to design and carry out a project on a topic in the area of education and globalisation
A variety of assessment methods are used to develop academic and employment-related skills.
Constructive feedback on your work will enable you to advance in your studies, identifying both your strengths and areas needing further attention.
You will be assessed via coursework, independent research and presentations and will be allocated an individual supervisor to support your dissertation research work.
|Qualification||Study mode||Start month||Fee||Course duration|
|MA||Full-time||September 2017||-||12 months|
|MA||Part-time||September 2017||-||24 months|
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