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• An undergraduate university degree equivalent to a UK honours degree or above
• Evidence of English language competency
The Masters Degree – recognized by DOATAP – is offered by the Hellenic-American Educational Foundation in collaboration with the Institute of Education, University of London.
Aims of the MA course
• to improve your understanding of leadership and learning and to enable you to reflect critically on theory, research and values underpinning leadership
• to enable you to apply key theories and research findings to your own working environment and to be able to explore ways to improve educational systems and particularly the quality of teaching and learning
Program of Study
180 credits acquired through the completion of
• one core 30 credit module: “Leading and Managing Change & Improvement”
• three 30 credit modules from a range of options
• either a 60 credit Dissertation (20,000 words) or one further 30 credit module plus a 30 credit Report (10,000 words)
Teaching is by mixed mode with some modules taught face-to-face in Athens and at the Institute of Education (London) during a two-week Summer School, with the remaining modules by distance learning through the University of London.