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Education Master of Research (MRes): Events and lectures

Weekend sessions

The programme is designed to meet the needs of busy professionals. Learning experiences take the form of intensive weekend and day events, involving lectures, seminars, workshops and tutorials, which are supported by online resources for preparatory tasks and consolidating activities. There is one full weekend for each of the four first modules and a number of Saturdays for the fifth module (the Research Dissertation).

The entire programme is designed to develop a community of learners so that peer-enriched, participative experiences can meet individual needs and facilitate a critically supportive cohort identity. 

  • Outline of the taught sessions schedule (PDF) 
    Please note: semester dates are subject to change and were provided for information purpose only.

Extra activities for this course

Keynote events will be an integrated feature of the weekend conferences and will be calendared in the School of Education diary.

The range of events and lectures in the School of Education enhances your studies and adds an extra perspective to your learning.

As members of the School of Education you will receive regular information about seminars, workshops, lectures and other research and teaching activities for and by staff and postgraduate students, including:

  • BERA
  • Erasmus project events
  • European Conference for Educational Research
  • London-based seminar programmes for educators

For further information

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