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Master of Research (Education) (MRes Ed): After you graduate

Where this course will take you

The MRes (Ed) will help advance your learning, research and practice skills in a wide variety of education-related settings.

This programme helps to develop your employability skills as facilitators, co-ordinators, mediators and leaders of research-engaged professional practice.

It enables you to undertake a role of a researching professional in education-related contexts and practitioner research, and to lead collaborative learning networks for education. Applicants for practitioner research posts will benefit from the programme.

The role of the researching professional and interprofessional lead in education-related contexts is of growing importance in individual organisations and consortium settings. For example, deputy headteachers in schools and managers in children's centres may have responsibility for research projects to support improvements. Research Development managers in larger institutions and subject-specific lead professionals require research skills to explore evidence. Special Interest groups and informal collaborative networks contain research users and research creators.

The MRes (Ed) offers you a preparatory step towards professionally-relevant doctoral study in Education.

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School of Education
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This course is taught at Kingston Hill

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School of Education
Tel: +44 (0)20 8417 5145
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Location

This course is taught at Kingston Hill

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