Moray House School of Education and Sport

Learning in Communities (MA Hons)

This new professionally-endorsed qualification builds on the expertise of our former BA Community Education, enabling graduates to apply for a range of careers in community learning and development.

Undergraduate Open Days - 21 and 27 November 2020

UG Virtual Open Days

Wondering if the MA Learning in Communities is right for you? Why not ask one of the Programme Directors at our live chat sessions on Saturday 21 November or Friday 27 November.

Bookings are now open for our Undergraduate Virtual Open Days, 21 and 27 November 2020. All sessions take place online so you can join in from wherever you are in the world.   


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Moray House has been making a major contribution to the field of education for almost 200 years. Professional pre-service teacher education programmes in the field of Community Learning and Development (CLD) have been a part of the Moray House portfolio since 1961.

This programme, new for 2021, inherits and builds on this extensive expertise. The programme produces graduates who are professionally competent, ethically informed, critical and reflective Community Learning and Development (CLD) practitioners.

Visit UCAS for detailed entry requirements, fees, and to apply. 

Apply now on UCAS: Learning in Communities (MA Hons) - X321

Programme Structure

In Scotland, the term Community Learning and Development (CLD) is used to incorporate community-based adult learning, youth work, and community capacity building under a single professional rubric.

Career opportunities

Community Education
Moray House has its own library and staff who can help you find the information you need throughout your studies.

Fees and funding

Find details on all aspects of fees and finance, from tuition fees, how to identify your fee status, and funding opportunities.

Contact us

Questions about your application or how to apply? Contact the Undergraduate Admissions team or one of the Programme Directors who look forward to hearing from you.

Apply now

Applications for this programme are made through UCAS with a typical deadline of 15 January. Find details on how to apply for this programme.