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Education

Undergraduate courses starting in 2023

Education is concerned with how people develop and learn throughout their lives. It involves critiquing the teaching methods and environments in which we learn.

Are you interested in young people’s development and education? Do you want to analyse how educational and governmental practices and policies impact learning?

By studying education, you’ll explore these issues. Through a blend of sociological, psychological, political and philosophical approaches, you’ll identify and challenge the barriers to learning and wellbeing many around the world face, such as inequality and sustainability.

With our support, you’ll learn about how to positively impact young people’s lives. We want to help you help future generations.

Our course in this subject is delivered by the Department of Education, with relevant units taught by the Department of Psychology.

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Rankings

The awards, accolades and league table rankings for this subject. Data for these courses is represented in The Guardian under Psychology.


‘Children are the future. I think we need to give them opportunities so they can be individuals in society.’
Charlotte Cowley BA (Hons) Education with Psychology (Graduating year, 2018)