University of London International Programmes

University of London International Programmes


The programme offers a unique opportunity to study a wide range of high quality modules in a number of specialist areas enable you to tailor the programme to your individual interests and needs. The modules will be of interest to anyone interested in education: teachers, current or aspiring leaders in education, and education professionals involved in policy and development. Students are welcomed from anywhere around the world.

Entry requirements

A 2nd class honours degree or the equivalent from an institution acceptable to the University of London; some option modules may have additional entry requirements; language requirements: for awards at FHEQ level 7, students must provide satisfactory evidence showing that they have passed within the previous 3 years a test of proficiency in English at the following minimum level: IELTS with an overall grade of at least 7.0 with a minimum of 6.5 in the reading sub test and a minimum of 6 in the writing sub test or TOEFL with a score of 650 or 280 on the computerised test; for the TOEFL iBT (internet-based Test) a total score of 115 is required; a test of proficiency in English language from the prescribed list published by the University; where an applicant does not meet the prescribed English language proficiency requirements but believes that they can demonstrate the requisite proficiency for admission the University or the Programme Director may, at their discretion, consider the application; if you do not meet the entrance requirement you may still apply; each application will be considered on an individual basis by the Programme Director.

Course modules

Modules include: What is education; introduction to social research; dissertation; curriculum, specialism and phases; designing and assessing learning; education and society.

Assessment methods

Assessment is by examination for �What is Education?� (both the mixed mode and distance learning versions takes place annually in May/June; the examination for �Introduction to Social Research� and the Dissertation module is in October; examinations take place in exam centres around the world; the assessment mode for optional modules varies but most are assessed through written coursework.


Qualification Study mode Start month Fee Course duration
MA Mixed mode £ 11,345 per Whole course (home fees) 1 years
MA Mixed mode £ 11,345 per Whole course (overseas fees) 1 years

Campus details

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University of London International Programmes

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