Goldsmiths, University of London

MPhil & PhD in Education

Goldsmiths, University of London
In London

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Location London
Duration 4 Years
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We are committed to developing our postgraduate students into competent educational researchers able to conduct rigorous research using a variety of methodological approaches. We welcome inquiries about possible research topics both theoretical and empirical. We are particularly interested to hear from those who would like to work within areas such as: art practice and learning. bilingualism in education. children’s literature and education. curriculum policy and practice. digital technologies and learning. equity and social justice. education policy. social research ethics as situated practice. The Department of Educational Studies is part of South East Network for Social Sciences (SeNSS), a consortium formed of 10 leading UK Universities, all of which are engaged in cutting-edge social science research and training. It has about thirty research students from the UK, the EU and other countries. Many of our research students are also practising professionals carrying out research related to their work. Students study either full-time or part-time. Students become members of the Department’s Research Centres and they are encouraged to contribute along with staff and other visiting scholars to their seminar series. Additional facilities for research students are provided by the Goldsmiths Graduate School.

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New Cross, SE14 6NW, London, England
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Starts Different dates available
New Cross, SE14 6NW, London, England
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· Requirements

You should normally have (or expect to be awarded) a taught Masters in a relevant subject area.
You might also be considered for some programmes if you aren’t a graduate or your degree is in an unrelated field, but have relevant experience and can show that you have the ability to work at postgraduate level.
International qualifications We accept a wide range of international qualifications. around the world.
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Structure Programme aims To help you: Identify appropriate issues of educational significance for your enquiry. Select appropriate methods and methodologies by which to investigate these. Appreciate the epistemological and technical assumptions that underpin this choice. Design and execute a well-founded enquiry. Analyse and interpret findings with accuracy, rigour and originality. Identify the practical and professional implications of educational enquiry. Structure We ensure that you are supported by highly qualified supervisors with whom you work to a mutually agreed timetable and maintain regular tutorial contact throughout your research. An induction and research training programme is provided and you are normally expected to follow this. There is an annual appraisal of your progress, and every effort is made to ensure good communication between yourself, your supervisor and other relevant members of staff. Students have additional support from the Goldsmiths Graduate School , where there is a lively programme of interdisciplinary seminars, as well as core research training to support your studies. The Graduate School also has its own virtual research community, running in parallel to the physical School and providing online seminars and research training programmes. All MPhil and PhD students and academic staff are invited to research seminars run by the Department’s three Research Centres: the Centre for Language, Culture and Learning (CLCL), the Centre for the Arts and Learning and the Centre for Identities and Social Justice. In addition to academics from inside and outside the University, research students also have an opportunity to contribute to seminars on work in progress. Facilities In addition to the facilities available in the Graduate School the Department has good facilities for research students including a study room with networked computers, scanner and printers. Assessment Thesis and viva voce.

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