Moray House: An international leader in education and sport-related studies

An exciting and rewarding place to study and work.

Photograph of Moray House students on Graduation Day

Theory-informed applied research

Staff are internationally renowned for their theory-informed applied research and for the education of undergraduate and postgraduate students in the professions of teaching, education leadership, community education, outdoor education, sport and recreation management and sport and exercise science.

The Moray House submission of 89 staff to the Education Panel of the most recent UK Government Research Assessment Exercise received the largest award for education research in Scotland and the second largest in the UK.

Our sports science provision is ranked 1st in Scotland and 3rd in the UK in the Guardian University Guide 2011, we are the UK’s largest provider of initial teacher education in Physical Education and we have the best sports facilities and team performance of any Scottish university.

This is an exciting and rewarding place to study and work. We look forward to welcoming you and to working with you.

Research-led teaching

The School of Education also houses one of the largest groupings of research students in education and sports-related studies. We are committed to developing research-led teaching within a culture that values contributions to wider sustainable and socially responsible development in Scotland, the UK and globally and which promotes education, health, economic, environmental, social and cultural wellbeing.

At the centre of debate

Edinburgh is a wonderful capital city, the University is one of the world’s most outstanding and Moray House School of Education, located next to the Scottish Parliament at Holyrood, is an exciting and rewarding place to study and work. We look forward to welcoming you and to working with you.

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