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  2. MA Education  (No UCAS code. Apply to Marjon.)

    MA Education develops your professional expertise in Education. This flexible course takes shape around your work setting and subject interests, enhancing your career progression opportunities.
    Duration: One year full-time or two years part-time
    Level: Postgraduate
  3. MA Education - Educational Leadership  (No UCAS code. Apply to Marjon.)

    Reflect on your own practice as an educator. You'll study and research educational leadership as you chart your course to senior leadership. This flexible Master's fits alongside working in education.
    Duration: One year full-time or two years part-time
    Level: Postgraduate
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  4. MA Education - Disability  (No UCAS code. Apply to Marjon.)

    MA Education - Disability enables you to explore issues related to disability that are prevalent in educational settings, with options to focus your assignments on specific disabilities and issues.
    Duration: One year full-time or two years part-time
    Level: Postgraduate
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  5. MA Education - Coaching, Mentoring and Leadership  (No UCAS code. Apply to Marjon.)

    Duration: Two years part-time, or or three years part-time to include the PG Certificate in Coaching & Mentoring
    Level: Postgraduate
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  6. MA Early Years  (No UCAS code. Apply to Marjon.)

    MA Early Years is the perfect course for anyone who has an interest in developing their knowledge and skills for working in early years policy, practice and leadership.
    Duration: One year full-time or up to two years part-time
    Level: Postgraduate
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  7. Train as an Osteopath in our on-site clinic and health laboratories. On completion you'll be eligible to apply for registration to practise as an osteopath with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC).
    Duration: Four years full-time or six years part-time - all part-time students must go full-time in years five and six
    Level: Undergraduate
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