Education, pedagogy, teaching and learning continue to be at the forefront of cultural debates, since they help us understand our identities and values as a society. Our EdD is designed to support graduate professionals working across the education sector to conduct original doctoral research in this continually changing field.
Why Study Doctor of Education with us?
You will study under the guidance of our team of active researchers who have international reputations in their field and who will support you throughout the course.
You will undertake taught modules that are delivered over six weekends each year (part time) to fit in with the busy schedules of working professionals. Evening seminars, workshops and conferences are held regularly to supplement the course; some weekend sessions are taught in situ, such as the creative education workshops in the galleries at Tate Liverpool. Full-time students have additional weekday workshops, seminars and tutor sessions.
Open Days 2017
Visit us at an Open Day and find out what it’s really like to study at the University of Chester.
- Saturday 14th October (PGCE’s and Education Master’s only)
- Thursday 15th June
- Saturday 21st October