You’re all about improving people’s quality of life. So are we – whether that’s our graduates', or the people you'll be supporting once you're qualified. Working in partnership with recognised bodies, mental health trusts and hundreds of schools, we’re accredited and well connected. You'll benefit from those connections, along with opportunities to go on placement, and pioneering research that feeds into our teaching.
Gain significant recognition in your field whilst continuing to work in your own team, with our course for health and social care staff aiming to become Approved Mental Health Professionals (AMHPs).
There's growing demand for child and adolescent mental health practitioners around the world. If you're currently a BSc student, our Masters degree will enhance your knowledge, and develop your critical and analytical thinking skills.
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.
To create an inclusive society, different professionals must work together, from education, health and social care to government. Our MA Education with Special Educational Needs and Disability will support your specialism and prepare you to collaborate.
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.
If you’re committed to a career as a qualified systemic psychotherapist, this postgraduate certificate is your first step. Study flexibly over two years, around your work commitments. Our course is also for any professional who wants to develop skills in working systemically with individuals, couples and families.
Practice-based and underpinned by theory, our course is taught by a team of active researchers in education. As a teacher/lecturer in higher education, this course supports you as part of your own continuing professional development (CPD) so that you are able to make positive contributions to teaching and learning in the sector.
One in four people will experience a mental health problem during their lifetime. Affecting people from all walks of life, its impact is felt on individuals but also their families and the wider community. The innovative delivery of our Masters course - taught on campus and by distance learning - will increase your knowledge and understanding of mental health care.