Kingston University and Roehampton University deliver this programme jointly, with teaching staff coming from both institutions. Each student enrols with one institution (usually the one with expertise most closely related to your anticipated research interests) but will have access to resources at both.
The School of Education at Kingston University offers a wide range of teacher education programmes at undergraduate and postgraduate levels for early years, primary and secondary age phases. It works in partnership with a variety of schools, offering continuing professional development courses that reflect current issues.
We also offer research degree programmes at masters and doctoral level, which are oriented towards the needs of education professionals for raising standards in schools and colleges.
Specialist expertise in the School of Education includes subject pedagogy; inclusion; curriculum leadership; school management; early years provision; and appropriate methodologies for educational research.
Roehampton University has strong traditions in the arts, humanities and social sciences as well as an international reputation for teacher education. The Schools of Education Studies and Initial Teacher Education provide initial training and continuing professional development for those working in early years, primary and secondary education, as well as a range of masters degrees.
A team of six professors and a reader lead applied and professionally-focused research. This is promoted through specialist centres in:
Other areas of specialist expertise include pastoral care and PSHE/citizenship, faith schools, special educational needs and inclusive education.