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MA in Education

Discussion in 'Further Education' started by hayley24, Feb 26, 2012.

  1. I have been offered a place at Reading University to start my MA in Education. I really would like to specialise in Early Years, and would like to know which modules people found useful. I have been asked to let the uni know what my first module will be, and can't decide!
    Also, if anyone has any useful advice regarding beginning an MA, please comment!
  2. My school are funding it for me! I will be taking the 'taught' route; attending Uni one evening a week. I don't start for another couple of weeks, so don't really know much about it yet.
    Good luck!
  3. Hayley

    I must admit for the first time in my life I felt a slight tingle of > green with envy. Talk about rub someones face in it lol.

    I see that the full-time route for an MA is 2 days a week I could manage that., what is the schedule like in terms of work? I've been told by someone that funding is available for full -time but the person who told me that would not let on where... she is also researching funding so perhaps thought keeping 'mum' was her best option

    I want to do the MA for me out of interest and also because I am 'into' disability related issues. Plus, in terms of teaching I am good at it.

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