The study of education enables us to identify and challenge its purposes, practices and functions in different contexts.
Department of Education
We conduct research and teach courses to further our understanding of a range of education-related issues nationally and internationally.
Our Department of Education offers a range of postgraduate courses, from taught master's to research degrees.
Find out about life at Bath and studying our courses through Postgraduate Open Days, fairs and events.
We're planning to launch a new course in International Education (subject to final approval). Find out what you'll study and how you can be kept informed.
Our Summer School is for those studying the Doctor of Education (EdD) and MA Education courses. It will take place between 26 June and 19 July 2019.
Studying our BA Education with Psychology at Bath has helped Sophie Vis ignite her passion for primary teaching.
Our department has a longstanding commitment to excellence in research that's nationally and internationally significant.
Dr Janet Goodall offers ten tips for schools staff to improve parental engagement based on research in the field.
Lecturer Ioannis Costas Batlle asked his students to stop using laptops during lectures and this changed their level of engagement in more than one way.
New research via our Department of Education looked at the perception of regional accents for teachers across the UK.
Supported by funding from the ESRC, Dr Lizzi O. Milligan will lead a major new international project focusing on girls education in Rwanda.
A two-tier recruitment system is operating in the UK’s top multinational firms, according to new research from Bath's Department of Education.
The new Centre will bring together an interdisciplinary global network to improve Asian-European exchange about education and social sciences.
Current MA Education (International Education) student Louise Badham writes for the International Baccalaureate about education in a world of fake news.
In recent years the demand for English language education has shown two distinct trends leading to the growth of two quite distinct professions.
The new agreement will deepen the collaboration between the two universities, promoting student exchange, research and teaching collaboration.
The IB event brought together over 100 researchers to discuss developments in international education.
A one day conference looking at the latest research in the field of parental involvement in children's education.
Join us for this seminar with Dr Ursula Lanvers. She will discuss her research examining foreign language learning uptake and learner outcomes across the UK.
Join us for this British Association of Applied Linguistics (BAAL) Special Interest Group. The theme is Language Learning and Teaching in Different Contexts.