BA (Hons) Education, Culture and Society - Full timeGoldsmiths, University of London
BA (Hons) Education, Culture and Society - Full time
This degree will develop your knowledge of the education system in the UK and beyond. You'll enter into key debates about policy issues with a focus on social justice and equality, and get to understand education from a multidisciplinary perspective.
Why study BA Education, Culture and Society at Goldsmiths?
- You'll gain an ;understanding ;of the role of education in diverse societies and how the education system continues to be shaped by social, political and economic factors. You'll use this knowledge to address a broad range of themes and ideas including gender in the early years, alternatives to schooling, mental health and wellbeing, and institutional racism.
- You’ll be encouraged to think about the ways people are ;excluded from education and society, and explore possible reasons for, and alternatives to, this. We're interested in the tensions that can arise in a system that advocates education for all but mediates against the full participation of some groups.
- We are proud of the strong creativity strand that permeates the programme and reflects our expertise in visual and performing arts. If you are interested in employment in the creative industries, with a focus on education, this is the degree for you
- You’ll have the opportunity to gain work experience at a range of organisations. Previous students have worked on literacy with Bengali women, developed educational materials at a city farm, and put together an art exhibition at a pupil referral unit for excluded secondary school students.
We accept the following qualifications:
- A-level: ;BBB
- BTEC: ;DDM
- International Baccalaureate: ;33 points overall with Three HL subjects at 655
- Access: ;Pass with 45 Level 3 credits including 30 Distinctions and a number of merits/passes in subject-specific
- Scottish qualifications: ;ABBBC (Higher) or ABC (Advanced Higher)
- European Baccalaureate: ;75%
- Irish Leaving Certificate: ;H2 H2 H2 H2
- For more information about admission requirements, please visit the ;university ;website.
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- identity and culture
- learning and thinking
- creativity and learning
- historical and philosophical perspectives on education
- Culture and Identity
- Learning and Thinking
- Introduction to Creativity and Learning
- The Curriculum: Historical and Philosophical Perspectives
- Introduction to Social and Cultural Research
- Changing Ethnicities tbc
- Comparative Education tbc
- Culture and the Construction of Identity
- Early Childhood in a Diverse Society
- Knowledge and Power
- Language and Literacy in the Early Years
- Critical Multilingualism and Multiculturalism in Education
- New Media Technologies and Learning
- Performing Arts in the Community tbc
- Studies in Inclusion and Exclusion
- Body, Gender and Culture
- Arts Practice in Education, Cultural and Community Settings
- Children's Cultures: School and Community Contexts
- BA (Hons) Education, Culture & Society Dissertation
- Debates in Primary Education
- Educational Policy in Europe
- Educational Policy in the UK
- Race and Representation in Popular Culture
- International Perspectives on Early Childhood
- Re-imagining Social Class and Education
- Theoretical and Practical Aspects of SEN
- Visual Arts: Studio Practice
- Study Abroad in China or Luxembourg
- Policy and Practice in Early Childhood Education
- Learning in the Community
- Language, Creativity and Education
- Race and Representation in Popular Culture
- Youth Cultures
- Children's Literature and Controversy
- Critical Arts Practice
- Explorations in Gender, Culture and Schooling
- Language, Creativity and Communication
Scholarships & funding
Several scholarship options are available. Please check the university website for more information.
- Local students - full-time: £9250
- Local students - part-time: £4625
- International students - full-time: £17050
The knowledge, understanding and skills you can develop on this degree are transferable to a range of professions such as:
- primary school teaching
- working in the creative industries
- youth and community work
- social work
- educational administration
other areas that require a specialist knowledge of education, such as charities and the leisure industries
If you are considering primary teaching, you will need to combine your degree with a one-year PGCE. Successful completion of the BA (Hons) Education, Culture and Society ]guarantees you an interview for Goldsmiths’ highly regarded PGCE Primary programme, provided you meet current government requirements
About this institute
Goldsmiths, University of London
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