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Categories: Education and Teacher Training, Postgraduate
Upskilling with a master’s in Global Educational Leadership is a fantastic platform for existing educators looking for the next step up in their career. However, not everyone has what it takes to become a great leader. If you’re considering developing your skills within the field of global education, here are some of the reasons that make you a prime candidate for our course.
You recognise the need for change
Globalisation is said to be narrowing the wealth gap, closing the disparity between the rich and the poor. This makes education strategies done from a global perspective vital for our future, and this means changing the way things are done in schools. If you’re passionate about driving forward change, reskilling with leadership skills can help you create more of an impact with your work.
Opening up more opportunities in management as well as careers in educational administration departments, this programme can help you make your mark beyond the classroom.
You already have great people skills
In order to become a successful leader in the education sector, it’s important to have the right soft skills. You’ll need to be a great communicator, and you’ll need excellent collaboration skills to be able to work effectively with others. Most vital of all, you should be able to lead a team and create successful change management to help people transition when new policies are in place.
You are ready for a strategic role
If you’re interested in creating educational strategies and policies, a master’s in Global Education Leadership could be the right path for upskilling. As well applying for the British Council, many graduates go onto to work in a range of private, public or charitable organisations. Others use this degree as a stepping stone to move into higher education careers, working for prestigious universities and colleges around the world.
There’s nowhere better for teacher training either than the University of Bolton. Not only are we No.2 in the UK for Teaching Quality for Education Courses (The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021) and in the Top 50 UK Universities (The Guardian University League Tables 2021), but students have voted us No.3 in the UK for Student Satisfaction in Education Courses (Complete University Guide 2021).
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To find out more, visit our MA Global Educational Leadership course page.
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