Education is one of the most powerful means for change and growth in the modern world. If you are interested in the psychology, politics or social and cultural contexts of education and learning, you can study it on our Education course.
The course at Cambridge is a rigorous and rewarding interdisciplinary degree. You follow one track, out of the two that Emmanuel offers, combining in-depth study of a particular field of interest with an examination of wider educational and social issues:
- The Education, Psychology and Learning track focuses on education from a psychological perspective; exploring human development and education in a variety of social and cultural environments.
- In Education, Policy and International Development you consider historical and contemporary discussions concerning these areas, and education’s role in economic and social change.
Applicants will indicate on the Supplementary Application Questionnaire (SAQ) which track they are interested in studying.
In the first year, students will attend four to six lectures and seminars, and one or two hours of supervision per week. Students are assessed at the end of each year and depending on the papers studied, this will be through coursework, written examination, or a combination of both. In the third year, all students will also submit a dissertation.
|Standard Offer:||A-level - A*AA; IB - 776 at Higher Level, 41 or 42 points overall; Advanced Highers: AAA; other exam systems.|
|Course Requirements:||No specific subjects.|
|Course Outline:||Further course details are available on the Faculty's website.|
|Applying:||For information on how to apply: University application process and Emmanuel application timeline.|
Candidates should normally expect two interviews. The interviews will take place during the period Monday 9 - Wednesday 18 December 2019. Specific subject dates will be emailed to applicants in November.
|Admissions Assessment:||All applicants will take a written assessment (critical response to text or other stimulus) at interview. An assessment specification is available online.|
|Course Enquiries:||Emmanuel Admissions Office|