In addition to standard entry requirements, applicants are normally expected to hold English and Mathematics equivalent to a GCSE grade C/4. A typical offer is CCC at A Level or MMM at BTEC. Applicants are expected to demonstrate commitment to inclusive practices. Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) clearance is required.
You will learn through seminars and active blended learning. We regularly have external speakers from the inclusive field to come and talk with you about current practice. Additionally, this course will give you the opportunity to undertake work based learning across all three years of your degree in a range of settings, with a focus on your future career throughout your degree. You will be able to go on international visits and exchanges to study SEN and Inclusion in other countries and contexts, making lasting professional connections. There are also optional specialist routes that explore the use of ICT for working with individuals with SEND and the use of media and creative arts approaches to exploring inclusion.
This course is underpinned by a selection of key themes:
You will be able to choose your own dissertation topic. Subjects that have been covered recently have included a wide range of interests and issues:
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You may be required to complete an English Language course or Foundation program before being able to enrol on to an undergraduate or postgraduate degree program.