About Fees Study Entry Prospects How to apply Faculty of Arts, Cultures and Education MA in Education and Digital Technologies Postgraduate - Taught MA Open for admission in 2020/21 Start in September Full time Part time MA 1 year 2 years How to apply About the course This specialist pathway is aimed at those interested in exploring the application and impact of technologies in educational settings. The pathway is ideal for: Teachers, lecturers and support staff working in formal educational contexts where technology is increasingly used to support learning Museum curators, heritage specialists and other professionals interested in using technology outside of formal settings to support learners Work-based mentors and supervisors who wish to explore how mobile technologies support learning in the workplace Leaders and those responsible for the strategic implementation of new technologies in educational settings MA in Education and Digital Technologies can be studied one year full-time, or two years part-time. What you'll study You may exit the programme after stage 1 with a Postgraduate Certificate in Education, or after stage 2 with a Postgraduate Diploma in Education if you have earned sufficient credits. Core modules All modules are subject to availability and this list may change at any time. Contemporary and Critical Perspectives in Education Research Methodologies in Education International and Intercultural Perspectives on Education You will be introduced to topics such as international and intercultural education, teaching and learning in culturally diverse settings; international schooling and higher education; local and global inequalities in education; and global citizenship and human rights education. Digital Technologies and Education: Key Issues and Challenges This module looks at the role of digital technologies for supporting teaching and learning. You will explore topics such as the history of educational technology, digital literacy and the imperatives underpinning the use of digital technologies in education. Dissertation You will make an original contribution to research by designing, carrying out and writing up your own project on a topic you choose, supported by your dissertation supervisor. Come to an open day Grab a prospectus Where you'll study The location below may not be the exact location of all modules on your timetable. The buildings you'll be taught in can vary each year and depend on the modules you study. Hull Campus Click to view directions on Google Maps Get in touch Admissions +44 (0)1482 466850 International Enquiries Related courses MA in Education, Inclusion and Special Needs MA in Education and Leadership MA in Education MA in Education and Early Childhood MA in Pedagogy and Practice Education research degrees Our teaching staff Dr Anastasia Gouseti Lecturer in Digital Education “The quality of the training I’ve received at the University of Hull, together with my school experience, was outstanding and most enjoyable." Simon Baldwin, PGCE (Chemistry) Fees and funding Home/EU: £7,000 Home/EU (part-time): £780 (20 credits), £2,335 (60 credits), £3,500 (90 credits) Part-time fees are charged pro-rata to the full-time fee, according to the number of credits being studied. A new system of postgraduate loans for Masters degrees in the UK are now available. They provide up to £10,906 (subject to parliamentary approval) for full-time and part-time taught and research Masters courses in all subject areas. For more information, visit our Postgraduate Loans page. International: £14,000 International applicants may need to pay a tuition fee deposit before the start of the course. Visit our tuition fee deposit page for more information.Please note, the fees shown are for 2019/20 entry. The fees for 2020/21 have not yet been confirmed and may increase. Graduate Studentship The University of Hull is pleased to offer graduates progressing from undergraduate to postgraduate taught study a £1,000 studentship towards the cost of their tuition fees. Find out if you’re eligible by visiting the University of Hull Graduate Studentship page. International Scholarships and Bursaries For a list of all scholarships and bursaries for international students, please visit the International Scholarships and Bursaries page. We also offer an International Studentship Scheme Discount of up to £3,500. UK and EU Scholarships and Bursaries The University offers a range of scholarships to help you with your studies. For more information, please visit the UK and EU Scholarships and Bursaries page. Our postgraduate degrees give teachers and other professionals the skills, knowledge and leadership qualities to make a difference to the lives of children, young people and adults. Strong partnerships with hundreds of schools, colleges, community organisations and early years settings. Our range of programmes allow you to specialise in a particular age range or area. We have strong partnerships for initial teacher training and offer a wide range of PGCE programmes at postgraduate level. Entry requirements A minimum of 2.2 Honours degree (or international equivalent) is generally required or appropriate professional experience will be taken into account. If your degree is not in a related subject area, we still welcome your application. This degree is for anyone who is interested in Education in its widest sense; it will not qualify you to teach. International students If you require a Tier 4 student visa to study or if your first language is not English you will be required to provide acceptable evidence of your English language proficiency level. This course requires academic IELTS 6.0 overall, with no less than 5.5 in each skill. See other English language proficiency qualifications accepted by this University. If your English currently does not reach the University's required standard for this programme, you may be interested in one of our English language courses. Visit your country page to find out more about our entry requirements. Future prospects Our Masters students explore a range of current educational practice, looking at key issues and policy. Graduates leave with reflective and practical skills and the knowledge they need to contribute to their chosen learning community.