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The University of Glasgow is a registered Scottish charity: Registration Number SC Postgraduate study. Contact us; Legal. Accessibility; Freedom of information; FOI publica. Online PhD UK- Free Advice and Information to help you select online PhD Degree programs.
This usually means holding a bachelors degree - whether from a UK university or from one outside the UK - or its equivalent. However, if you have successfully completed two-thirds of a bachelors degree an HND in the UK, for example and have professional experience in technology-enabled learning, you may still be eligible for the programme. You will be asked to provide further information and evidence of your eligibility as part of the registration process for the programme.
All teaching is in English, and your proficiency in the language needs to be adequate for postgraduate study and for contributing to online discussions by text and voice. Although experience of distance education may be an advantage, it is not essential.
Accordingly the experience of achieving this masters degree has proved vocationally relevant across a wide range of occupations and locations, from managers in business organisations, media professionals, teachers of languages, consultants, trainers and teachers at any level of the education sector. Consequently you will improve your personal skills in using these tools, enabling you to develop your own practice and to learn from others.
You will explore in depth the research and practice literature in technology-enhanced learning, and experience the implications of learning technology choices made across a wide range of contexts and organisations, both formal and informal.
You'll advance not only your skills of selection and design of technology, but also your understanding of how technologies engage learners and how they can be evaluated and developed on a continuing basis. Depending on your choice of module study, the qualification will enable you to demonstrate, in addition, expertise in particular areas:. The vocational relevance of the MA in Online and Distance Education goes well beyond the obvious category of teacher and trainer, and previous alumni have included librarians, media professionals, project managers, consultants, entrepreneurs, other professionals in commerce, practice educators in nursing and web developers.
Find your personal contacts including your tutor and student support team:. Help with accessing the online library, referencing and using libraries near you:. Your feedback is important to us. Please take two minutes at the end of your visit to help us improve our information and services. Yes, take now Yes, take later No thank you. You are viewing information for England. Course details Entry requirements Careers. To gain this qualification, you need credits as follows: A credit compulsory module Compulsory module Credits Next start Technology-enhanced learning: See full description Register 60 04 Feb plus 60 credits from list A: Core optional modules Credits Next start Openness and innovation in elearning H With an emphasis on exploring innovation, you will look at both the latest developments in educational tools and current debates around the concept of openness.
See full description Register 60 02 Feb The critical researcher: Optional modules Credits Next start Addressing inequality and difference in educational practice EE This module explores issues of equality within the professional practice setting by way of broad themes which apply internationally — for example, ethnicity, disability, religion and gender.
See full description Register 60 05 Oct Applied linguistics and English language EE This module explores how the English language works in different professional contexts, and how knowledge about language can illuminate aspects of the social world. See full description Register 60 05 Oct Educational leadership: See full description Register 60 05 Oct Understanding children's development and learning ED Examines children's development and learning in cultural, educational and social contexts and how children shape their own development through meaningful interaction with others.
Excluded combinations You can only do one or the other and not both of the following: We regularly review our curriculum; therefore, the qualification described on this page — including its availability, its structure, and available modules — may change over time.
This description was last updated on 8th June Learning outcomes, teaching and assessment The learning outcomes of this qualification are described in four areas: This information will be passed on to the Advice and Support Centre's disability team. Applicants with a special need or disability are encouraged to get in touch with the disability team email theasc st-andrews.
If you are a student with a special need or disability, and the University has not been made fully aware of your disability requirements prior to an offer being made, we cannot guarantee that suitable resources will be available on your arrival in St Andrews. All applications are assessed purely on academic merit, and the impact of a disability will be considered only after a final decision has been made.
Study at St Andrews. Finding a supervisor As a prospective PhD, MSc Res , or MSt Res student, you will apply to work with an individual supervisor or supervisory team within a School or institute , and not a specific programme of study. Entry requirements Admission to research study within the Faculties of Arts and Divinity is normally on the basis of a good Masters degree which must be related to your area of research.
English language requirements Applicants whose first language is not English must provide evidence of English proficiency. Supporting documents and references All applications must include the following supplementary documentation before a decision can be made: This should include your personal details with a history of your education and employment to date. A research proposal — see School-specific details below.
A sample of academic written work in English — see School-specific details below. Two original signed academic references. Academic transcripts and degree certificates. Please only send certified copies with official English translations if applicable. Do not send original documents as they cannot be returned. English language requirements certificate. Department of Film Studies: Please also provide a brief statement of purpose or personal statement.
Written work sample All applications submitted to the Faculty of Arts and the Faculty of Divinity should include a 2,word sample of written work in English, with exceptions for: Applicants to the School of English should submit a 3, to 5,word critical essay. This can be an extract from a previous project or essay, or part of your dissertation.
Applicants to the Department of Philosophy may provide a sample of written work between 2, to 4, words in length. Applicants to the School of Classics should provide a sample of written work between 2, to 5, words in length; this should be written in English.
References Two referees must be supplied per application. You the applicant will supply your referees' details. This will include their: The online application system will automatically generate an email to the referees. Important dates and deadlines For the majority of Schools, there is no deadline on applying for research.
However, the following Schools have specific deadlines each year: School of International Relations — applications to be considered for scholarship funding must be received by Friday 14 December The deadline for all postgraduate research applications is Monday 14 January The application portal will open on Monday 1 October There is no deadline for applicants not seeking funding from the School.
There is no deadline for applicants not seeking funding.
Medical students don't get bachelor's or master's degrees, instead they study six years and after obligatory rigorosum exam they get title MUDr.
However, its use is commonly used for clarity towards international readers, for example English publications.