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MA Education and PGCiE Summer School 2022

Study MA Education and Postgraduate Certificate in International Education (PGCiE) units at our University of Bath campus.

Important information - this event has been cancelled

  • 27 Jun 2022, 9.00am to 8 Jul 2022, 5.00pm BST (GMT +01:00)
  • University of Bath
  • Price from £1,325.00 to £3,330.00 (GBP)
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Teaching for the Summer School will take place on the University of Bath campus.

The Summer School is an excellent opportunity for you to study face-to-face at the University of Bath whilst working toward your postgraduate qualification.

At the Summer School you can:

  • exchange ideas with other educators from all around the world
  • meet staff and students from our Department of Education
  • enjoy the campus facilities
  • visit the world-renowned city of Bath

You can study units at this event if you are a new or current student on our MA Education or PG Certificate in International Education (PGCiE) courses.

Please note: we plan to offer the Summer School on campus. Contingency plans are in place to offer units online, if necessary. Should this happen and you decide not to partake in the online unit, you will be given the option to carry forward your fee/deposit or have a refund. All decisions will take into account considerations including UK government guidelines.

Study at our Summer School

You can study one MA Education or PGCiE unit at our Summer School.

All units from both courses will be taught in both weeks. You can only study one unit in one week, you will not be able to study a different unit each week.

  • Week one: 27 June 2022 to 1 July 2022
  • Week two: 4 July 2022 to 8 July 2022

You'll have access to the learning materials online (via Moodle) from 1 June 2022 and will be able to complete your unit at your own pace. The Summer School is designed to enhance your learning and supplement your own studies. You will not be able to fully complete units during your Summer School week.

We will run some sessions that cover current debates in education, such as critical posthumanism, decolonisation, positive action in leadership and climate literacy. Other sessions will give you the chance to take part in 'flipped learning', allowing you to bring pre-prepared work and ideas to the classroom to discuss with Bath staff and your peers. This is designed to help you gain new perspectives and develop your work. There will be different in-person activities, as well as opportunities to:

  • network
  • take part in peer learning
  • attend tutorials
  • discuss ideas with tutors

Available units

All units are £1,325.00 per unit unless otherwise stated.


MA Education

Unit charges

The unit fee is £1,325.00 (£3,330.00 for Dissertation). There is an additional £50 admin charge per application.

You must pay a £250 deposit to register for the Summer School.

Unless exceptional circumstances have been agreed by the Director of Studies, or campus-based Summer School arrangements need to be changed by the University, the per unit deposit is non-refundable. It will not normally be possible to change units once an application has been made.

Travel and accommodation

You'll need to make your own travel and accommodation arrangements. Please check that we're still planning to hold Summer School on campus before confirming any travel or accommodation arrangements that relate specifically to your stay in Bath.

You can book accommodation on campus in Polden Court.

Find out more and book accommodation.

Enrol for the Summer School

You must be enrolled on one of these courses to attend:

You'll then need to enrol for the Summer School 2022.

When enrolled for your course and the Summer School, you'll be able to select the unit you want to study.

The deadline to enrol on the Summer School is: Saturday 30 April 2022.


The Summer School will take place at our University of Bath campus.

University of Bath Claverton Down Bath BA2 7AY United Kingdom

Contact us

Contact us if you have a question about the Summer School.