We are still welcoming applications for the MA: Digital Technologies, Communication and Education in the 2017-18 academic year.
You can study on this award-winning programme either in Manchester (full-time one year, part-time usually two years) or as a distance learning student (usually two to three years part-time). Combinations of these two are possible in special circumstances.
To apply visit http://www.manchester.ac.uk/postgraduate/howtoapply/.
Teaching starts on Monday 25th September 2017.
The MA: DTCE is a Masters’ programme which has the overall aim of using digital technologies, the broadcast media, and/or interpersonal, group or organisational communications techniques to enhance practice, research and the professional and academic development of educators in technology- and information-rich environments.
Our graduates go on to secure work as learning technologists, or with educational content developers; achieve enhanced status in their current jobs; or move on to further study. The degree has received international recognition from Blackboard for the quality of its work, particularly with distance learning students, and how we bring them into the Manchester community.
Read more about the course on this site — or have a look at the University page for the MA: Digital Technologies, Communication and Education.