Applicants will ideally be in the top 50% of their academic year, with no fails in the preceding 2 years. However, this is flexible and each case is assessed on its merits. It is anticipated that students will be actively engaged in some form of teaching, normally at least 20 hours in the year.
The selection process will be based on written applications and interview.
Candidates will be expected to demonstrate their potential for studying at Master’s level through supplying written evidence as part of the application process. The personal statement section of the online application form should:
- Clearly outline your reasons for wanting to undertake the course
- Explain what you hope to gain from the course, both personally and professionally.
The deadline for applications is the end of April preceding the September commencement of the course.
You may be interviewed by phone or in person, and notification of acceptances will normally be made by the end of May. If successful, you will be invited to a group meeting in the Summer to discuss further details.
Applicants are strongly advised to contact the Course Administrator and/or Course Leader before applying.
Please contact Jacqueline King or Dr Jim Price: