Inclusion and Special Educational Needs MEd

The Inclusion and Special Educational Needs programme is a distance learning programme designed for students who wish to study a range of modules relating to Inclusion and Special Educational Needs (ISEN).

This programme is designed for participants who wish to combine modules from two SEN related programmes. The ISEN programme is suitable for: UK, European and overseas students, professionals in schools, further education, social services or health related roles who are interested in the education and needs of children or students with a range of special educational needs (SEN), people who have completed a first degree and are attracted to study and gain knowledge about children and students with special educational needs

The programme utilises material for home study, tutorial and seminar groups, together with a university-based residential weekend in Birmingham. Our distance learning programme has a reputation for excellence both nationally and internationally. Levels of Award: The level at which an individual is admitted to study on the programme will depend on their previous academic qualifications as well as their professional experience. The Inclusion and Special Educational Needs (ISEN) programme is available through Distance Learning and is only available to be studied on a part-time basis. Studying by Distance Learning enables you to complete your studies at your own pace and from anywhere in the UK or the world. The ISEN programme is unique in that it enables you to study two distinct specific areas of SEN. Dissertations, in a chosen area of study, are carried out at degree and masters levels. Please note that we require you have at least 2 years professional experience in the areas you wish to study before you can be considered.

MEd, Postgraduate Diploma Award
September Start
Part-time Study Mode
3 years Duration

Entry Requirements For This Course

Students need to have a degree from an approved university or to hold diplomas or other qualifications judged satisfactory for this purpose; you must have successfully completed a programme of professional training; you must have relevant experience; the School may admit candidates with other qualifications and experience deemed suitable for entry to this programme of study.

Latest Updates from University of Birmingham

Location of University of Birmingham