The Master of Education (M.Ed., Magister Educationis) is a postgraduate Master's degree awarded by many universities world-wide. It is similar to a Master of Science or Master of Arts but awarded to study programmes in the area of education.
In many European countries such as Germany or the Netherlands for example, the Master of Education is a successor of state examination degrees and allows graduates to perform a profession as teacher on public schools.
The Master of Education is not entirely limited to studies that aim at educating school teachers. Also interdisciplinary programmes and education-related subjects can be awarded with a Master of Education.
The crimson-white-crimson flag of Latvia is one of the oldest in the world and according to the legend, it originated from a white sheet used to carry a wounded Latvian tribal chief from the battlefield. The soldiers hoisted the bloody sheet as a banner as it led them to victory.Read more about studying abroad in Latvia
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