This unique programme provides both an academic masters qualification and professional registration to teach in Scotland, registration that is held in high regard in many other countries worldwide.
At Moray House, we help our students to develop the skills and confidence to become transformative teachers who have the potential to change the lives of children and young people for the better. We do this by adopting a future-oriented approach to teacher education designed to support teachers to address pressing local and global challenges, including the unacceptable attainment gap between pupils coming from the richest and poorest backgrounds in Scotland.
You’ll learn to understand teaching as a political, cultural, intellectual and moral action, and use this understanding to inform your classroom practice and your relationships with learners and the communities you teach in.
Visit the University’s Degree Finder for detailed entry requirements, fees, international grade equivalency, language requirements and to apply.
This two-year Masters programme is for graduates who want a teaching qualification designed to make an explicit difference to the lives of children and young people: it will support you in becoming a beginning teacher with a transformative orientation.
Our vibrant community is made up of top-class students with strong undergraduate degrees who come from many different parts of the world. Read their advice and thoughts on their experience studying at Edinburgh.
Graduates are qualified to teach and eligible for provisional registration from the General Teaching Council for Scotland (GTCS). Eligible graduates may join the Teacher Induction Scheme, a guaranteed, paid one-year probationary teaching post, or take up a Flexible Route.
Fees and funding
Find details of tuition fees and opportunities for scholarships and financial support for our Transformative Learning and Teaching programme.
Entry requirements for admission to the MSc Transformative Learning and Teaching programme.
Questions about your application or how to apply? Contact the Admissions team or the Programme Director who look forward to hearing from you.