09/11/2020

Categories: Construction, Postgraduate

How Reskilling in Global Educational Leadership Can Benefit You

Reskilling allows you to build on existing skills to create a more meaningful direction in your career, or open up new opportunities for progression. The MA Global Educational Leadership course at the University of Bolton can benefit you in a number of ways. And having ranked No.1 in the North West for Student Satisfaction for the past three years (Complete University Guide in 2021, 2020 and 2019), there’s nowhere better to reskill than the University of Bolton.

Improve your knowledge

Our course allows teaching professionals to understand educational leadership from a global perspective, helping them improve their knowledge in the global political climate. Build your expertise in economic, social and technological environments that have an impact on education. Through our Postgraduate programme, you will learn to evaluate your own leadership practice while gaining advanced, career-enhancing skills.

Find educational leadership jobs

There are a number of educational leadership roles that could benefit from reskilling with a master’s, including within private, public or charitable organisations. Some graduates go onto apply for positions in the British Council, while others progress from working in schools to getting hired in prestigious universities and colleges.

Discover teaching jobs abroad

With our master’s degree, you’ll develop systematic knowledge, understanding and awareness of strategies and developments in leadership practice for national and international schools. This means you may get the chance to travel, and enjoy an exciting expat role.

Gain transferrable skills

Studying to reskill is hugely beneficial for education professionals interested in alternative career paths. Whether you’ve had a change of heart, wish to open up more doors, or aim to increase your earning potential, our Global Educational Leadership course will give you the transferrable skills to pursue your dream career.

Alternative jobs can include working as a local authority education officer, a learning mentor, for family liaison, as an education training officer, and much more. Whatever direction you want to take, our course leaders will work with you to develop your practice and focus on your chosen specialism.

To find out more about reskilling in Global Education Leadership, head over to our course page for details.

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