The Centre for Shared Education offers a range of standalone modules and 1-2 day courses in the following areas:
- Perspectives on educational collaboration
- School collaboration and school improvement
- Educational leadership in collaborative contexts
- Governing and managing the collaborative learning environment
- Sharing education in the divided society: issues of identity, class and culture
- Researching collaborative contexts
- The modules above are currently awaiting final University approval.
- Collaborative School Leadership
- Leadership: Theory and Practice
- Effective Collaboration for School Improvement
- Leadership for Change
Full details of modules can be found in the M-level Book of Modules. Those students who meet entrance criteria for the proposed MEd Collaborative Education may enrol on a standalone module (short course) and accumulate credit points which may eventually lead to a Diploma or Masters. Please contact us for further information.
Master's Degree Flexibility and Short Courses
Students can exit our Master's programmes at various points: those exiting after 60 credit points will receive an Advanced Certificate of Education. Those exiting after 120 credit points will gain a Diploma in Advanced Studies in Education. Those who wish to complete with a Masters will complete a 15-20,000 word dissertation within the field of intercultural education. This is a supervised piece of work undertaken with a specialist in the field.Whilst students enrolled on the MEd will be required to take four 30 point modules and a dissertation in order to complete the programme successfully, there are also opportunities for students to enrol on any of the modules in isolation as a standalone 'short course'. Those students who meet entrance criteria for the MEd may thus enrol on a short course and accumulate credit points which may eventually lead to a Diploma or Masters.