University of Chester

Education in Society MA

Assessing and understanding community needs to provide modes of delivery and educational content that improves levels of attainment and life chances, is the structural and thematic rationale of our course. This perspective is developed in two related areas: nationally, motivated by the increasing independence of schools; and internationally, particularly in developing countries, motivated by globalisation.


Entry Requirements

  • The MA Education in Society is open to graduates with a 2:2 honours degree. However, non-graduates with relevant professional experience may be invited for interview.
  • IELTS: 6.5 (Min 5.5 in each sub-skill).

Career Prospects

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We are here to help you plan your future, make the most of your time at University and to enhance your employability. We provide access to part-time jobs, extra-curricular employability-enhancing workshops and offer practical one-to-one help with career planning, including help with CVs, applications and mock interviews. We also deliver group sessions on career planning within each course and we have a wide range of extensive information covering graduate jobs and postgraduate study.

Students and graduates of the University of Chester can use our services free of charge for up to two years after graduating.

Course Details

The course draws most of its modules from those that already exist on other current education MA courses within the Faculty. Each of the courses from which the modules are drawn are led and taught by staff with national and international expertise.

Modules from which to choose are varied and are taken from courses covering a range of disciplines, including:

  • Leadership and management
  • Early childhood
  • Inclusive practice, dyslexia and autism
  • Marginalisation
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