A course refers to a specialized study program. It usually takes place on campus but can be delivered online. Courses are popular for people who want to get specific knowledge in one subject.
Education in the United Kingdom is a devolved matter with each of the countries of the United Kingdom having separate systems under different governments: the UK Government is responsible for England, and the Scottish Government, the Welsh Government and the Northern Ireland Executive are responsible for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, respectively.
Find Course Studies in Greater Manchester in United Kingdom 2017/2018
Improve your English language skills with an INTO General English course. Study English at INTO Manchester in an inspiring environment, with experienced teaching and support staff. [+]
Designed to improve your English language skills for use in everyday situations, our General English course is suitable for all levels.Why apply for this course? Improve your English language skills for everyday use Accredited by the British Council for the teaching of English in the UK Flexible start dates and course lengths Opportunities to progress to a university preparation programme at INTO Manchester What is special about this course? Average class sizes of 10 students Experienced staff to support your learning Take advantage of study resources and facilities available to structure your own programme of study outside the classroom Learn about British culture Take part in a range of activities and excursions to practice your English language in real-life situations Ability levels ... [-]
An intensive academic English course that will prepare you for degree study at a UK university or an INTO academic programme. [+]
The Academic English course provides the fastest and most effective route towards reaching your required English language level. The course is specially designed to ensure you gain the language fluency and academic skills you need to succeed at university.Why apply for this course? Develop your English skills in all four core areas Develop key academic language skills Learn to communicate effectively in English What is special about the programme?
This intensive course offers 30 learning hours per week, which will consist of 25 hours of face-to-face learning and 5 hours of teacher-supported online language development. The programme will be personalised to your individual needs, with regular assessments to monitor your progress and ensure you stay on track.... [-]
The NCUK International Year One in Business Management is your pathway to the second year of a business or related undergraduate degree at a choice of leading UK universities. [+]
Study a range of topics related to business management in preparation for a degree at a top university.
The International Year One in Business Management is equivalent to studying the first year of an undergraduate degree.Why apply for the International Year One programme? Guaranteed conditional progression to one of 10 NCUK universities (subject to meeting progression requirements). A quality-assured, NCUK accredited programme. Recognised by a wide range of other leading UK universities.
Course options availableInternational Year One (3 terms) - this is the standard option, suitable for most students Extended International Year One (4 terms) - this option features an additional term of English at the beginning for extra language support and English language entry requirements are typically lower Where will this programme take me? ... [-]
The NCUK International Year One in Accounting and Finance prepares you for entry to the second year of a business or related undergraduate degree at a choice of leading UK universities. [+]
Develop your mathematical, analytical and financial skills in preparation for Year 2 of a degree in a range of accountancy and finance-related subjects.
The International Year One in Accounting and Finance is equivalent to studying the first year of an undergraduate degree.Why apply for the Year One programme? Guaranteed conditional progression to one of 10 NCUK universities (subject to meeting progression requirements). A quality-assured, NCUK accredited programme. Recognised by a wide range of other leading UK universities.
Course options availableInternational Year One (3 terms) – this is the standard option, suitable for most students. Extended International Year One (4 terms) – this option features an additional term of English at the beginning for extra language support and English language entry requirements are typically lower. Where will this programme take me? ... [-]
Four courses are available (24, 18, 12 and 6 weeks) with entry levels of IELTS 4.0, 4.5, 5.0 and 5.5 or equivalent. On finishing the programme, it is expected that you will have reached the level of language competence required for undergraduate or postgraduate study (usually 6.0 for undergraduate and 6.5 for postgraduate, please see relevant course information. The English Pre Session Programme covers language and academic skills. You will... [+]
This course offers you the opportunity to research, analyse, and understand the approach of a specific educator identified within the course. You will examine the philosophy and ideology underpinning the educator’s practice and link this with their implementation of specific practices. You will also include a rationale of how their particular approach influences or enhances the process of inclusion... [+]
This course provides an opportunity to explore your understanding of ‘inclusion’ and ‘exclusion’ in general, and in particular your understanding of the philosophy and practice of inclusive education. You will be able to apply your understanding of inclusive education within a variety of educational contexts. Central to this course is the understanding and critical analysis of the underpinning models of inclusion and exclusion. You will be... [+]
This course is focused on the right to communicate as a basic human right and the means by which other rights are realised. All people communicate, however, the value ascribed to different forms of communication makes communication meaningful between different participants. The government initiative ‘Skills for Life’ works from a set of assumptions about literacy skills and often presents such teaching and learning strategies as... [+]
This programme is designed for those who already have experience and current employment in teaching and learning in higher or professional education. It will help you to develop high quality teaching skills underpinned by relevant professional practice, scholarship and research skills. You will develop a critical, reflective and scholarly approach to teaching and supporting student learning... [+]
You are likely to be involved, or set to be involved, in the management of education. Educational management is increasingly concerned with quality management and accountability. By taking this course you will have the opportunity to: critically analyse theoretical models of staff development and staff appraisal; review practice in industry and education; develop an informed awareness of the principles and practice of staff development and... [+]
The course is aimed at educationalists with an interest in gaining an up-to-date overview of issues in adult numeracy. It focuses on key theoretical issues that impact on adult numeracy provision. You are likely to be working in the area of basic skills/numeracy and wish to develop your critical thinking skills in current educational approaches to numeracy and mathematics education... [+]
This programme is designed for those who already have experience and current employment in teaching and learning in higher or professional education. It will help you to develop your professional teaching practice in a student-centred, enquiry-based learning environment. It will cultivate your interest, knowledge and skills in the practice of teaching and supporting learning in the context of your professional practice role. This will... [+]
This course covers the key concepts and applications of organisational management theories and techniques relating to the education sector. The assignments are relevant to the workplace, and have direct applications in your educational context. The nature of the negotiated assignment will vary according to your circumstances. Course members already in management roles as middle managers / co-ordinators / section leaders are normally... [+]
This course allows you to integrate theoretical aspects of ICT with your own professional practice in education, as well as enabling you to assess your own achievement of the learning outcomes. In discussion with your tutor, you will identify a potential e-learning development portfolio that will be suitable for your professional practice... [+]
This course covers the key concepts and applications of Human Resource Management (HRM) theories and techniques relating to the education sector. There will be a particular emphasis on how organisations respond to personal development in attempting to become responsive not only to individuals but to the demands of a competitive post compulsory sector market with its increasing emphasis upon entrepreneurial strategies. You will negotiate your... [+]