- 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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Studying for an EdD will increase your knowledge about other professionals and their organisations and thereby gain a wider perspective on the environment in which you work.
By opting to study for an EdD at Exeter, you are outlining your commitment to continuing professional development and personal growth. The programme will not only improve your confidence in your values and actions as a professional, but will also raise your credibility in the workplace.
Studying for an EdD should be seen as the next step in your career progression, by helping you to develop a critical approach to your work and increasing your ability to think and act more systematically.