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
Learners completing their BA (Hons) Top up will be able to apply to study courses at postgraduate level.
Graduates may progress towards careers in teaching, most commonly going on to gain places on primary PGCE courses (teacher training) or increasingly, undertaking training in schools as part of the Schools Direct programme.
Other possible graduate destinations include advice and guidance roles; community support; social work roles; learning mentors or other pastoral roles in educational contexts.
We want to make your university education as flexible and affordable as possible. We offer a number of financial support options to help you go further by staying local. You don’t need to pay for your tuition fees up front - Tuition Fee Loans cover university or college tuition fees and are paid direct to the university or college, by Student Finance England.
They are available to all eligible students regardless of household income. The amount you pay back is dependent on how much you earn. You may also be eligible for a Maintenance Loan to help support your living costs. For more information, visit www.gov.uk/student-finance
Yes. We have a dedicated team of staff on hand to help guide you through the admissions process, from selecting the right course, to completing your UCAS application and applying for financial support.
If you have any questions, or need help at any stage, call the Retention and Progression Team on 0151 353 4444, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.