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The University of Oxford Education Deanery is currently developing a range of short courses that will be designed for teachers. Watch this space for details in 2024!
The Department of Education currently offers part-time Masters programmes that are designed for teachers, including the MSc in Learning and Teaching (MLT), the MSc in Teacher Education, and the MSc in Applied Linguistics for Language Teaching.
There are a range of scholarships available to support teachers engaging in these programmes. Preference will be given to those working in non-fee-paying schools and/or schools that are particularly challenging (e.g., located within an area of deprivation, high percentage of pupils eligible free school meals, challenged pupil intake, or other contextual factors).
Full details of these programmes can be found at the University website:
The programme is incredibly well organised and you are supported at each stage of the process – they understand the pressures of full-time teaching and have designed the course structure to be as flexible as possible to help with this. Kate Thirlwall, The Cherwell School
It has come at a time in my career when I was really looking for the chance to learn more about the latest ideas and research in education… I’ve taken successful ideas, which originate from schools in Asia and tried to apply them to our school context.
John Robertson, Matthew Arnold School
We felt that this was fantastic in terms of professional discourse. We really acted as a department. Took on board others’ ideas and learnt from each other.
Georgina Chandler, Curriculum Leader; Matthew Arnold School