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.
View our MPhil, PhD and Doctor of Education (EdD) courses available in the Department of Education.
Studying our BA Education with Psychology at Bath has helped Sophie Vis ignite her passion for primary teaching.
Chloe Collins is a final year undergraduate student on the Education with Psychology course. Read more about her placement year experience.
Blog: Dr Shona McIntosh discusses the educational policy gap exposed by COVID-19 and asks, whose job is it to support children’s learning?
Blog: Professor Hugh Lauder reviews the government's response to COVID-19, the thought process behind herd immunity, and 'wicked theories' in policymaking.
By tracking students at university and beyond, the research compares how Indigenous students in Mexico fare across different higher education institutions.
Dr Janet Goodall offers ten tips for schools staff to improve parental engagement based on research in the field.
Bath education researchers contributed to Nesta's new report on 'Developing Social and Emotional Skills: Education policy and practice in the UK home nations'.
Current Doctor of Education (EdD) student Ayman Hefnawi writes for The British Educational Research Association (BERA) blog about education during a pandemic.
Experts from the University will partner with Guild Living to deliver its ambitious plans to enhance urban later living communities, including within the City
Postgraduate degrees to enhance your career in international English language education.
Drawing on theory and detailed case studies, the publication analyses how ageing and disability affects engagement with cultural heritage.
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.