About Program

This MA covers social justice, democracy and participation, it involves the critical multi-disciplinary study and deepens your understanding of education in a global context.

Ideal for those with a professional and personal interest in education whether you are already in practice or aspiring to develop a career in education Critically interrogate education policy, discourse and practice in a supportive and stretching learning community Explore and analyse social, political, historical, philosophical and cultural issues in education Focus on social justice and globalisation in education Enjoy the rich environment created by a diverse breadth of learners Alternative Exit/Interim Awards of PgCert and PgDip available

The MA Education critically examines the purpose of education, its social and cultural impact and the implications of democracy and educational governance. You will learn to question accepted theory and policy, view education from a global perspective and explore key issues such as inclusion and accessibility.

Taught by experienced academics with backgrounds in teacher education, higher and further education, specialist provision, nursing and social work, the programme provides a rich, stimulating and relevant learning experience. As well as recent graduates looking to take their understanding to the next level and, perhaps, embark on a career in research and academia, the programme will appeal to experienced practitioners. Applicants may come from a standard education setting, further education, community arts, education welfare, prison education or other informal settings.

The programme is expected to attract education professionals at all levels thus giving students the opportunity to learn from each other as well as academic staff and visiting guest speakers.

The programme will enable you to enrich and develop essential skills for career progression. You will explore your own values and principles regarding education and educational discourses and practices and will investigate how education facilitates opportunity.

Led by staff with significant practical experience of education systems in Nepal, Thailand and Brazil, you will explore education in an international context. This will enable you to build a global view of education, enhancing your existing knowledge and experience with new concepts and theories, grounded in research. 

Available full-time or part-time, the programme is flexible enough to fit around existing commitments. Module content and assessments are flexibly designed to cater for new graduates and those facing workplace experiences and challenges. The dissertation module enables you to specialise in your specific area of interest, with those in employment able to focus on a topic applicable to their current role.

Jenjang Pendidikan

Master Degree (S2)

Study Area

Accounting, Finance and Banking

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Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU), originally established itself as a Mechanics Institute in 1823. The university is named in honour of Sir John Moores, a true visionary and shrewd successful businessman, who was founded in 1923 and headed until 1982. The university comprises three campuses namely the City Campus, IM Marsh Campus and Mount Pleasant Campus, with over 20,000 students and 200 undergraduate courses to choose from. The School houses its own Research Institute for Sport and Exercise Sciences (RISES) where 97% of its research activity is rated world-leading or internationally excellent.  



LJMU is ranked number 70 in the UK in Guardian League Table 2021

Engineering related courses are within the top 400 in Times Higher Education World University Ranking 2021 

95% of students are in work or further study within six months after graduating (Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education 2016/17)

The university is ranked 3rd for research in the University Alliance Group (Research Excellence Framework 2014)

Over 200 LJMU graduate start-up firms are established in the Liverpool city region


City Centre Campus

City Centre Campus

Located close to the William Brown Street area, near to St George's Hall, the Walker Art Gallery, the Liverpool Museum and Central Library.

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