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School of Education

About the school

Driven by the belief that education is capable of challenging inequalities and injustices in society, the School of Education is committed to connect, engage and impact across local, regional, national and international contexts.

As a student of the School of Education, you'll work in partnership with our academic community to make a positive difference through education.

Whether you join us to pursue a career in teaching, or with an interest in other formal and informal educational settings, you'll benefit from the outstanding support of academic staff who are experienced education practioners with knowledge from across the sector.

Head of school

Michaela Barnard

Michaela Barnard

Accreditations

Our courses

Pursue a rewarding career in education and transform the lives of thousands of learners across all ages. Challenge yourself to inspire and innovate in response to the rapidly changing global education landscape.

Undergraduate

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Fantastic facilities

Education students enjoy 24/7 access to the Brynmor Jones Library, which boasts more than a million books and 400 open access PCs, plus collaborative workspaces, private study areas and the best view on campus.

Our community

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Try an on-demand session

Watch: Join Michaela Barnard and Dr Sue Rolfe for Teacher Eduction taster session.

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Make a real difference

Be part of the lasting impact that education has on people's lives, from early years to lifelong learning, and prepare for a range of careers in schools and the wider community.

Study Education at Hull

Strong partnerships

We have strong partnerships with hundreds of primary schools across Hull, the East Riding, North Yorkshire, Lincoln, and beyond.

Research

We work with researchers and practitioners from different disciplines – across the University and beyond – to investigate, theorise and implement change and transformation in different educational settings.

98% of students are in work or further study within 6 months of graduating 
Excellent links with more than 600 educational settings
Extensive in-school experience

Footnote

†Education studies students - UK domicile full-time first degree leavers; Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education survey, for the academic year 2016/17 published by the Higher Education Statistics Agency 2018.