Be supervised by exceptional staff whose research and scholarly activity profiles include work in the fields of philosophy, professional education, educational identities and narratives, equality and diversity, transgressive educational spaces, inclusion and Special Educational Needs and Disabilities, higher education policy and practice, literature and the humanities, social mobility, STEM education and interculturality for diversity and global learning. they will guide you in a range of disciplinary and theoretical perspectives, including philosophy, sociology and educational theory, and help you conduct research that contributes to national and international discussions and developments in educational, and makes a significant impact on education policy and practice, in the UK and further afield.
You will benefit from thriving networks with schools and teachers, locally, nationally and abroad, and contribute to intelligent and research-informed policymaking in the UK and elsewhere.
Education, Identities and Society
Conduct your research at the intersection of Education, Sociology, Human Geography, Youth Studies and Digital Presence.
Embodiment in Academic and Professional Practice
Develop an enhanced awareness of human bodies as sensors of crucial information about ourselves and our reality; enhancing our performance as human beings, practitioners, researchers and educators.
Interculturality for Diversity and Global Learning
Challenge conventional attitudes and practices and promote respectful and effective intercultural communication, cross-cultural intelligence, diversity and inclusion, within a world that is increasingly interconnected digitally.
Key skills and participation in childhood
Research key skills and participation in childhood rooted in collaboration with patients, parents and the local community
Pedagogy, Policy and Professional Education
Focus on pedagogy, policy and professional education, including the education of teachers.
Research education in science, technology, engineering and mathematics
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