Moray House School of Education

Inclusive Education (MSc/PgDip/PgCert)

The MSc Inclusive Education has been designed for graduates who want to make a difference to the lives of children and young people. Our distinctive approach presents a re-imagined future for learners and teachers, where responding to human diversity is recognised as the point, not the problem, of education.

Are you working in the field of inclusive education, perhaps as a teacher or in an alternative education setting, and wish to take your skills to an advanced level? Or do you wish to enter this rewarding area? Enhance your opportunities for employment in the education field, particularly concerning educational and social disadvantage, additional support for learning and other specialist areas, on this programme. If you are a graduate in education, psychology and related social science backgrounds you will find that the programme builds on your previous study. 

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Programme structure

Choose from a wide range of courses to develop a knowledge, understanding and critique of research, policy and practice relevant to social and educational inclusion.

Our students

Additional Support for Learning Introduction
Join a vibrant community of students from across the world, and gain access to the latest research expertise in the area and the opportunity for engaging discussion with staff and peers.

Career opportunities

Moray House School of Education makes a major contribution to the field of education, a tradition it has upheld for almost 200 years. Staff, students and alumni have influenced, improved and transformed learning and teaching and wider educational policy in the UK and beyond.

Fees and funding

Find details of tuition fees and opportunities for scholarships and financial support for our Inclusive Education programme.

Contact us

Questions about your application or how to apply? Contact the Postgraduate Admissions team or the Programme Director who look forward to hearing from you.