Call for Applications: Masters programmes on Early Childhood

Early Childhood Studies is an innovative field of study dealing with many aspects of childhood, with approaches drawn from a variety of disciplines including anthropology, psychology, child health, social policy, sociology, history and education. 

The MA Early Childhood Studies enables people from a wide range of professional backgrounds to study together, to share their perspectives, cultures and practices and to challenge each other's assumptions and prejudices. Graduates from this programme will be well equipped to manage and coordinate the work of a wide variety of Early Years practitioners and to contribute to the further development of research and policy making in this field. 

The MA International Study of Early Childhood is a taught programme with the teaching, learning and assessment being online. We envisage the MA attracting a range of students who want to study international perspectives on early childhood at a UK University.  The on-line element of the course will be particularly attractive to students who need to balance work, family and financial commitments. 



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