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Masters in Education?

Discussion in 'Senior Leadership Team' started by tabsloper, Jan 3, 2020.

  1. tabsloper

    tabsloper New commenter


    Does anyone know of any free providers. I have lots of credits and want to finish it but I'm not really willing to pay. In the past from time to time I am aware that universities have offered free masters opportunities to teachers?

  2. Manon163

    Manon163 New commenter

    i am sorry, i don't answer but i don't know how to create a post and i would like to register for the TES fair on January the 11th, 2020, in London, but, i can't finish to fill in the page because i'm French and I don't have any "number teacher registration". I deeply need to go to this event. How can i do ? Thank you so much and i'm still sorry that i know this is not the place to do it but i don't know how to do it right... Thank you so much in advance !
  3. sooooexcited

    sooooexcited Occasional commenter

    As far as I know they all have fees. If it's useful for your school, they will pay so ask them.
  4. shaia

    shaia New commenter

    I would surprised if there are any free ones out there
  5. install

    install Star commenter

    If you can relate it to your school role they 'may' pay towards it as part of your cpd.
  6. dts

    dts Occasional commenter

    I think the best you can hope for is to have your previous credit recognised with a corresponding drop in fees. You're very unlikely to find a free provider. I took a Masters between 2016-17 - the vast majority of other UK teachers were self-funding their course.

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