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Hugh Baird College

Education Studies

UCAS Code: 5835

Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) - BA (Hons)

Entry requirements


In order to qualify for this course, you will need to be aged 18+ and have: ?A Foundation Degree or HND in relevant subject Applicants who hold a UCLan Foundation Degree in Children, Young People and their Services will be admitted with advanced standing up to 240 credits .

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Course option

1.0year

Full-time | 2021

For those who have completed a Foundation Degree in a relevant subject area, the BA (Hons) Top up course is designed to help you take your knowledge and skills in working with children and young people in education to full honours degree level.

You will study educational systems from early years to adolescence. There is a particularly strong focus on issues relating to inclusion, including work with vulnerable young people and those with learning disabilities. You will undertake a placement in a setting working with children and/or young people to help you relate your theoretical knowledge to the workplace.

Our experienced and professionally qualified staff will support you throughout the course. The team all have industry experience and will help you to make the most of your studies on this intensive and rewarding course.

Our students benefit from studying in our dedicated multi million pound Hugh Baird University Centre. You will have access to learning resources at the Hugh Baird University Centre and at the University of Central Lancashire.

The Education Studies - BA (Hons) Top up is focused on developing a range of skills for you to take into the work place in order to enhance your knowledge of education within various settings. Each week there will be a mixture of lectures, group discussion, debates and presentations designed to meet the learning styles of all class members. You will be encouraged to reflect on experiences from the workplace in order to maximise learning opportunities and discuss these experiences within a group setting. The assessments range from assignments, presentations, debates and portfolio development. You will also be given directed study and reading lists to help focus on specific areas in preparation for class. The aim of the BA (Hons) Top up in Education Studies is to develop the skills, strategies, and behaviours required to perform as confident, independent and active learners.

Modules

You will study a range of core modules, including:
•The education of vulnerable young people
• Policy and practice in educational settings
• Reflective practice in educational settings
• Developmental disorders of learning and cognition
• Theories and approaches to learning
• Dissertation module

Assessment methods

Assessment is mixed and includes traditional academic essays, reflective essays, portfolios, creation of resources, oral group presentations, presentation papers, research proposals, and critical reviews.

Tuition fees

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Channel Islands
£8,500
per year
England
£8,500
per year
EU
£8,500
per year
Northern Ireland
£8,500
per year
Scotland
£8,500
per year
Wales
£8,500
per year

The Uni


Course location:

University Centre

Department:

FACULTY OF HEALTH and EDUCATION

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