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Keen to shape young children’s futures? Our Early Childhood Studies degree course in Chelmsford is full-time, with a placement option available for extra experience. You’ll explore the world through a child’s eyes in our Early Years Resource Room and unlock your potential. Forge a rewarding career with children and families in a variety of early years settings.
Study while you work, and build on your experience in early years education and care. Explore children's rights and fine-tune your own approaches to childcare. Our top-up course lets you transform your existing qualifications into a full BA (Hons) degree - and develop your career.
Do you dream of educating the next generation? If you’re passionate about helping children to reach their potential, our Primary Education Studies degree is for you.
Gain an in-depth understanding of language learning and teaching on our full-time TESOL degree in Cambridge, home to key English language teaching businesses. Discover your teaching style in a real ESOL classroom, with ongoing support and feedback from our team of experts. Develop the knowledge and practical skills to begin a rewarding career in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL).
Our MA in Chelmsford offers the opportunity to develop and enhance your professional skills and understanding of contemporary professional practice.
Our MA Education with Early Childhood focusses on early childhood education from birth until eight years old and you'll graduate with a valuable postgraduate qualification.
Grow your understanding of educational leadership within a broad context and explore and critique varying approaches to driving education forward.
Embarking on this MBA is a clear signal to your employers that you’re strongly motivated to succeed. Tailor your studies to focus closely on your current role and boost your educational leadership and management skills to an advanced level.
This is the ideal programme if you want to research a policy or practice issue that’s relevant to your area of work and use your findings to influence the way things are done.