- Why choose Exeter
- Credit for prior learning
- Financial support
- Masters programmes
- Professional Doctorates (EdD)
- PhD in Education
- TESOL options
- The National Award for SEN Coordination
- DEdPsych Professional Training in Educational Psychology
- Facilities and support
- Methods of Teaching, Learning & Assessment
- Programme specifications
- SEND resources
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The flexibility of this programme means it is ideal for students from a range of subject, professional and career backgrounds.
The flexibility of this programme means it is ideal for students from a range of subject, professional and career backgrounds including teachers, lecturers, administrators, education advisors, or other related professions. This degree also offers excellent progression to a professional doctorate. Visit our EdD pages for more information.
The University has an excellent reputation with graduate recruiters and our students compete very successfully in the employment market. Our graduates have gone on to a range of careers in the UK and overseas with examples given below. Please note that, due to data protection, the job titles and organisations are listed independently and do not correspond.
|Subject Specialist Teacher (including music, arts, drama)||Devon Education Authority|
|Special Needs Teacher||Jersey States Education Department|
|Head of Department||Plymouth City Council|
|Arts Manager||FEA Training and Development Centre|
|Educational Therapist||Camden LEA|
|Education Officer||Exeter College|
|Dyslexia Assessor||Hong Kong SAR Government|
|Headteacher/Principal||Danish National School of Contemporary Dance|
|Education Consultant||Ministry of Education, Cyprus|
|Dean, Faculty of Arts||Saltash Community School|
|Lecturer||University of Reading|
Careers support including skills training, internships, jobs vacancies, employment fairs and other events is available through the Career Zone.