Education at The University of Bolton is in the top ten in the UK For teaching quality. We offer a huge range of Education & Teacher Training courses. Whether you’re planning to become a teacher, already teaching and want to specialise, or interested in the principles of education itself, you’ll find the course you need to advance your career.
The University of Bolton is a well-established centre of education and training. As well as offering undergraduate degrees in education and learning, we also provide the next step in professional development for teachers, managers and support professionals.
There are a wide range of Education programmes at Bolton including initial teacher education and preparation programmes for the Professional, Further, Higher and Skills sectors, vocationally focused CPD programmes, a full BA (Hons) and Masters or Doctorate programmes.
We are a diverse team of highly experienced, professionally and academically qualified staff and we look forward to welcoming you to our School. We’re very proud of the recognition we’ve received for our excellent Education & Teacher Training.
Education at the University of Bolton is in the top ten in the UK for teaching quality, according to the Times Good University Guide 2017. Our Initial Teacher Education was also classed as ‘good’ in the latest Ofsted inspection.
Teaching Intensive, Research Informed
The School of Education & Psychology is home to all Education & Teacher Training courses and activity at the University of Bolton. See the School of Education and Psychology section of this website for information on staff, events, and news.
Your education at the University of Bolton is ‘Teaching Intensive, Research Informed’. Our educational research was graded as world class in the latest Research Excellence Framework, and you may have the opportunity to be published in the University’s research student journal, Practice and Research in Education.
The Pedagogy & Education Research Centre was graded as world class in the latest Research Excellence Framework. You can find out more about Research Degrees here, or to find out more about the research opportunities offered please contact:
Prof Dai Griffiths
Tel. 01204 903598
Staff from the School of Education and Psychology are also involved in research projects conducted by the Centre for Worktown Studies.
Interested in collaborating with the University of Bolton? The School of Education and Psychology is always interested in working with other institutions and businesses. Please contact us if you would like further information on collaboration opportunities.
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