The Master in Education Studies (Intercultural Education) is for educators who want to examine the complexities of teaching in a diverse and globalised world. Through engaging in this programme, participants will be prepared to take on leadership roles in their schools and workplaces, bringing the skills of a critical intercultural educator to support learners in achieving their potential.
Who is the course for?
This course is for educators who want to better understand the role of education in a diverse society. The Master in Education Studies (Intercultural Education) is rooted in principles of social justice and equality, and is relevant for all educators.
What will I study?
Students on this course will study four discrete modules in first year; namely, schools and diversity, inclusion and intercultural education; teaching English as an additional language; religious diversity and intercultural education; and human rights, human rights education, and interculturalism. In year two, students have the opportunity to focus on one of these areas in greater depth. They will develop research skills and prepare a dissertation of 20,000 words on a topic relevant to Intercultural Education.