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Postgraduate Diploma Educational Management- dodgy??

Discussion in 'Professional development' started by cecr, Nov 25, 2011.

  1. Middlemarch

    Middlemarch Star commenter

    If it looks a bit dodgy, it usually is where institutions of HE are concerned.
    Only consider a postgraduate qualification by a well known and well regarded university and if it looks too easy or light on rigour - avoid it.
  2. You should look for a University or HE institution that has an established Education department, that way you can follow a clear path to accreditted courses that lead to a Masters degree. Omega Learning.
  3. That site looks very, very dodgy.

    Have you considered the CIDTT, Cambridge International Diploma for Teachers and Trainers.
  4. Andy_91

    Andy_91 New commenter

    This college is OK. It is a private one which offers qualifications through Edexcel/Pearson at HND for example and students go on from there to top up to degrees at other better known universities. It isn't be as well resourced as a big university, but I have never heard complaints about it. As with everything, what are the progression routes? - with a PGDip from there, you should be able to top up to Masters by dissertation somewhere else. Do they have a link with another place? I know from some of their courses, a lot go on to BSc at LSBU for example.

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