E-Research and Technology Enhanced Learning (by course work and thesis) PhD - 2019 Entry
Part time 48 Month(s)
This innovative, four year part-time structured Doctoral Programme combines online learning and residential teaching. It is for motivated, self-managing individuals who work in positions of influence in any sector of education wishing to develop their e-learning research and practice.
Participants receive structured support in research methodologies and practice and undertake small-scale studies related to their professional environments. This is followed by a period of intensive individual research supervised by an expert in the field. Participants benefit from a structured set of modules (over two years), residential events, and an online learning community through which they receive support from other participants and tutors.
Duration: 4 years, part-time
Entry requirements: A good honours degree, or its equivalent, and a Masters degree or three years’ practical experience working in a field concerned with learning and technology
IELTS: Overall 6.5 with at least 6.0 for reading and writing and 5.5 for speaking and listening
Assessment: Combination of assessed coursework and thesis
Funding: All applicants should consult our information on fees and funding.Further information: For more information, please see our web pages
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