1 INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION / Education 79 / Psychology 81 / Social Sciences 82 / The world-renowned Newsam Library is the largest education research library in Europe, containing a copy of every book on education published in the UK.
2 Education / 79 Education enables individuals, groups and societies to realise aspirations and find creative solutions to challenges, and can both reinforce and tackle inequalities. Our degrees examine the contribution educators can make in formal and informal settings and provide the knowledge and understanding to engage constructively with education practices, policy and research. Total intake 143 Applications per place 10 Teacher, John Donne Primary School (2012) Mathematics and English Teacher, Redwood Tutors (2012) Programme Manager, Youth Inspired (2012) Lecturer, City and Islington College (2011) Head of Department, Hackney Community College (2010) L590: Ms Masuda Khanom (Programme Administrator) X301: Dr Edmund Waite X300: Dr Alice Bradbury Working with Children: Education and Wellbeing FdA UCAS: L590 2 years A levels: A level or NVQ Level 3 qualification (or equivalent). Appropriate experience of at least two years of working with children or young people. Must currently be working with children and/or young people for at least sixteen hours a week. For UK-based students a pass in a further subject at AS level is not required. Standard GCSE offer (see page 30) is not required. IB Diploma: Please contact UCL Admissions for further advice. This foundation degree of study is intended for professionals currently working with children and/or young people. On completion you will be eligible to apply for the one-year topup Bachelor s degree and following this, train to be a fully qualified teacher if you wish. The FdA is work based and structured so that you can continue in employment and spend one day per week at UCL s Institute of Education, applying your knowledge in the workplace through assignments. Year one comprises an introduction to studying at foundation degree level, practices and theories of child development, and education and wellbeing of children and families with additional needs. In year two you develop your knowledge and skills in critical analysis, personally and professionally. Optional courses in both years allow you to diversify. Working with Children: Education and Wellbeing (Top-Up) BA/BEd UCAS: X301 1 years A levels: Not applicable. 240 credit foundation degree (or equivalent) in a cognate area. For UK-based students a pass in a further subject at AS level is not required. Standard GCSE offer (see page 30) is not required. IB Diploma: Please contact UCL Admissions for further advice. This one-year full-time (four-term part-time) programme offers an extra year on top of a foundation degree, or equivalent, in which to extend your knowledge of the principles of teaching and learning, as well as develop your professional expertise and understanding of education. The programme comprises mainly compulsory courses which examine the aims and values of education and its relationship to society, and help you to develop professionally. You will be encouraged to build awareness of ethics in relation to researching in schools and working with young people and develop a critical stance towards research and its uses. You will also have the opportunity to undertake an optional course in either special and inclusive education or teaching and learning in classrooms.
3 Education / Education Studies BA UCAS: X300 3 years A levels: BBB. No specific subjects. a further subject at AS level is not required. Standard GCSE offer (see page 30), except Mathematics and a modern foreign language is not required. IB Diploma: 32 points. A score of 15 points in three higher level subjects, with no score lower than 5. Education is critically important in enabling individuals to lead fulfilling lives and in building fair, cohesive and prosperous societies. The programme will enable you to challenge and deepen your understanding of the fields of education, develop convincing arguments and encourage you to consider a wide range of education issues. Core courses in years one and two cover the ways in which the humanities and social sciences inform education research and include the foundations of education in modern society, how people learn from childhood to adulthood, UK education systems and global issues in education. You can choose from a range of optional courses in years two and three, including specialist courses in history, philosophy and sociology of education. You can also write a dissertation or long essay in an area of your choice. Farzana Khan Education Studies BA First year The Education Studies BA is a multi-disciplinary programme, and the opportunity to learn about education through a variety of approaches particularly appealed to me. There is a personal touch to learning at the UCL Institute of Education. We have access to oneto-one tutorials where we receive in-depth feedback on drafts and never leave with questions unanswered. I volunteer at Upton Cross Primary School which has been really rewarding as I see the theories I m being taught in practice. My ambition is to complete a Master s degree and then hopefully work for the government. I d like to be involved in creating education policies that improve the learning experience of future generations.
4 Psychology / 81 Our students gain a thorough grounding in both psychology and psychological research, with additional focus on child and adolescent development and contemporary theory and research in education. You will be taught by experts in the fields of developmental psychology and education. Total intake 40 Applications per place 3 Optometrist, Eyewise Ltd (2012) Lecturer in Music Education, Institute of Education (2012) Teacher, Goldbeaters Primary School (2012) Project Administrator, London Knowledge Lab, (2011) Publisher, Pearson (2010) Dr Yvonne Griffiths (Programme Leader) Psychology with Education BA/BSc UCAS: C801 3 years A levels: A*AA-AAA. To include at least one science subject (Psychology is acceptable). For UKbased students a pass in a further subject at AS level is not required. Standard GCSE offer (see page 30), except English Language and Mathematics at grade B. IB Diploma: points. A score of points in three higher level subjects, including at least one science subject (Psychology is acceptable), with no score below 5. If you are interested in what influences human behaviour and would like to study in a department engaged in cutting-edge research in psychology with children, young people and adults, this programme, which is accredited by the British Psychological Society and provides a platform for a career as an educational or clinical psychologist, is for you. Core courses in years one and two provide a thorough foundation in psychology, including cognitive, social, developmental, individual and biological aspects. You will also take courses in education studies which will give you an understanding of how the two areas interact. In year three you will take two core courses, including a supervised research project in an area of your choice, and two advanced optional courses. Depending on your background and career aspirations, you can choose to qualify with either a BA or BSc qualification.
5 Social Sciences / Social sciences is the study of individuals and society and the manner in which people behave and influence the world. Our degrees impart knowledge of both social science and social policy which together provide the tools for understanding and changing the world, inspiring policy and practice of the future. Total intake 60 Applications per place n/a The first cohorts of students admitted to the Social Sciences BSc and Social Sciences with Quantitative Methods BSc are due to graduate in Therefore careers data for students on these programmes is not yet available L300: Professor Margaret O Brien e t +44 (0) LG33: Dr Kirstine Hansen e t +44 (0) Social Sciences BSc UCAS: L300 3 years A levels: AAB. No specific subjects. a further subject at AS level or equivalent is required. Standard GCSE offer (see page 30), except English Language and Mathematics at grade B. IB Diploma: 36 points. A score of 17 points in three higher level subjects, with no score lower than 5. This stimulating new programme provides a broad-based education in the social sciences together with extensive training in mixed research methods, essential for data analysis. You will study at least three social science disciplines taught at UCL, including sociology and psychology, and gain insights into how social science is applied to key global issues and social policies. Core courses in year one provide a firm foundation in qualitative and quantitative skills, with an emphasis on data exploration, and the disciplines of sociology and psychology. You will also choose optional courses from other social science subjects including anthropology, politics, geography and education. In years two and three you continue with advanced methods, policy analysis courses and theories of class, gender, generation and race, and undertake a dissertation. Social Sciences with Quantitative Methods BSc UCAS: LG33 3 years A levels: AAB. Grade B in Mathematics required for students wishing to study more than the compulsory Economics courses. a further subject at AS level or equivalent is required. Standard GCSE offer (see page 30), except English Language and Mathematics at grade B. IB Diploma: 36 points. A score of 17 points in three higher level subjects, with no score lower than 5. At least 5 in Mathematics required at higher level for students wishing to study more than the compulsory Economics courses. This new BSc provides breadth and depth in understanding the social and economic forces shaping our world combined with a rigorous training in the highly valued quantitative techniques and data analysis skills needed to examine them. You will study at least three social science disciplines including sociology and economics. Core courses in year one provide a firm foundation in the principles and practice of social inquiry, the disciplines of sociology and economics, and quantitative methods. You also choose options from other social sciences including politics, geography, and education. Years two and three comprise advanced courses in data and quantitative policy analysis across the social sciences and a dissertation.
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