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Masters in Education - long distance?

Discussion in 'Personal' started by mornamoo32, May 11, 2011.

  1. Hi I am looking for some advice please. I am hoping to start a MA in Education from September, but I live on the Isle of Man so would have to complete this long distance. Does anyone know any routes to approach this? Do any universities do distance learning? I have had a look on the Open University - would a Masters in Education be recognised well from the Open University?
    How much does it cost?

    Thank you kindly in advance,
    Mornamoo
     
  2. I did mine partially distance through Leicester University

    School plus TDA paid so I do not know cost

    OU is good and Masters from there are usually sen well

    mine was an MBA in educational managmenet
     
  3. Hi,

    Thanks for reply. I will have a look on the Open University now.

    Thank you!


     
  4. I did mine in RE via Warwick - they had several MAs and mine was part funded by TDA too.
    OU are excellent though - my first degree is with them and it has never held me back!
     

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