At Education, Power and Social Change course at Birkbeck, University of London we explore the links between education (all forms of informal and formal learning, across all age ranges, including adult, higher and professional education), and social and political movements, and develop understandings of how 'education' as a contested field should be viewed within a globalised and postcolonial context.
Taking an interdisciplinary approach to thinking about education, we draw on the arts and humanities as well as the more conventional representations of education in social science. We explore key debates on what is the role of education and how people learn, developed from a range of viewpoints, including critical theory.
The Education, Power and Social Change course at Birkbeck, University of London is one of a suite of postgraduate courses looking at the subject of education, power and social change and is ideal if you are interested in studying this subject at postgraduate level for personal or professional reasons, but you don't want to commit to a full MA. This flexible part-time evening study course allows you to explore your passion for the subject and you can go on to complete our Postgraduate Diploma or MA, if you wish.
Careers and Employability
Studying this course may ontribute to your professional development. Graduates go in to careers in teaching and training, youth work, education policy, and in community and voluntary sector organisations. Possible professions include community education officer, education administrator, or youth worker. This degree can also be useful in becoming a careers adviser or community development worker.
- Education, Globalisation and Change
- Education, Power and Resistances
- Culture, Community, Identity
- Development Studies: Theoretical Approaches
- Lacanian Psychoanalysis: Theory and Practice
- Psychoanalysis and Culture
- 12 months
- 24 months
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DisciplinesEducation Social Work Sociology View 567 other Masters in Sociology in United Kingdom
Our standard postgraduate entry requirement is a second-class honours degree (2:2 or above) from a UK university, or an equivalent international qualification.
- On your application form, please list all your relevant qualifications and experience, including those you expect to achieve.
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- Your personal details
- Your qualifications
- Your work experience
- Your personal statement
- Statistical information
- English proficiency
International10920 GBP/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 10920 GBP per year during 12 months.
National6020 GBP/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 6020 GBP per year during 12 months.
- Part-time home students, Year 1: £4515 pa, £1505 pa
- Part-time international students, Year 1: £8190 pa, Year 2: £2730 pa
Living costs for London
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