Teaching in Higher Education: Things you Need to Know
24 May 21
“At the University of Bolton, we take great pride in providing a quality, supportive learning environment for our students.”
Professor George E Holmes DL | President & Vice Chancellor
“...tutors are very supportive and you’re not just a student ID number, at this university you are an individual with a name.”
Ellisse Vernon | BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing
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Categories: Education and Teacher Training, Undergradute
Inclusivity is important at the University of Bolton (and we’re good at it). There’s nowhere better to study Inclusive Education than a university that puts student diversity, equality and inclusion first.
There’s no doubt about it; inclusivity is needed now, across schools and education institutions everywhere. That’s why inclusive educators are in demand, and not only teachers who can improve inclusive practices inside the classroom, but educational leaders who can influence important policy changes.
Considered by many to be the key to a more equal society, an Inclusive Education course is a great way for existing practitioners to make a difference. It’s time to empower women and create equal opportunities for people of all backgrounds and abilities.
At the University of Bolton in Greater Manchester, we practice what we preach, taking concepts of inclusive education into our own curriculum. We’re No.2 in the UK for Social Inclusion* and are No.1 for Student Satisfaction in Education Courses.**
This makes us a great place to develop your understanding of this important, yet often overlooked, field of education.
Here are some of the other reasons to study your Inclusive Education master’s degree at the University of Bolton!
Enjoy one-to-one mentorship with dedicated tutors
Within our master’s programme, you’ll get to explore and critically evaluate current national and international policies relating to equity, equality and inclusion.
Throughout the course, you’ll have the amazing support of our passionate faculty, who are there to align the modules to your personal and professional development goals.
Develop your skills in an inclusive environment
Learning about inclusivity practices in education is so much easier (and more enjoyable) when you get to experience what it’s about first hand. Because we practice what we preach, you’ll get to see the real benefits of these concepts for yourself.
Not only will this inspire your career progression within this field, but you’ll feel fully supported in a training environment where everyone has equal opportunities to reach their potential.
Join a thriving Postgraduate community
We’re one of the largest teacher education providers in the UK, and have a very high graduate employment rate. When you apply at Bolton University, you’ll get to join our vibrant, diverse and friendly community of students and education professionals.
This means having an opportunity to build your professional network with like-minded individuals who share the same interests and values as you. And because we draw students from a range of backgrounds, you can enjoy unique educational insights and perspectives of your peers, further enriching your learning experience.
Get support as you transition into the workplace
At the University of Bolton, we are proud to put our students, and their needs first. That’s why our course leaders know their students by name, and not their student number. Our personable approach allows you thrive and grow in a positive learning environment.
Additionally, our dedicated Employability Team is here to support your career ambitions. So if you need help exploring and accessing career opportunities, help is available throughout your studies.
There’s nowhere better to develop your skills in education than the University of Bolton, a leading Manchester University that delivers #UniAsItShouldBe.
To find out more about enrolling in 2021, visit our MA Inclusive Education course page.
* The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2021
** Complete University Guide 2021, North West region
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