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Thursday 9th June - Education Studies Community Day

On Thursday 9th June the Education Studies Department are hosting a community get-together 11-2pm in our outdoor garden area behind the Social Sciences building. It will be a chance to meet up with students from your course and from other courses. Everyone is encouraged to bring their own lunch. There will be some activities to join in with or chances to chat and catch up. All our community are welcome and encouraged to come (students and staff). We also have an indoor room booked if the weather is not kind to us.

Come along and join us on Thursday 9th June from 11am. I will send out further reminders as we get nearer to the event.

The call for abstracts for the 9th annual Warwick Education Studies Postgraduate Research Conference is now open

The 9th Education Studies PGR Conference offers a dynamic environment for postgraduate research (PGR) students to showcase and discuss their research. This year's conference keynote programme theme is "Education, Conflict and Displacement". For postgraduates who aim to present at the conference, abstracts should be submitted by Monday 21 March 2022.

This year's conference will take place online over 22-23 April 2022. Attendance at the conference is open to all Postgraduate students and the academic community, and is free. You can register online and find out more on the Conference webpages.

New Research Publication- Paul Martin, PhD Student

We are pleased to share a new article published by the Times Education Supplement, from one of our current PhD students, Paul Martin. Paul's research looks at the impact that socio-economic disadvantage has on student's progression through education. Paul's research is being supervised by Professor Emma Smith, Head of Department.

Graduate Outcomes Survey - 2018/19

We are delighted to share that the 2018/19 Graduate Outcomes Survey has found that 96% of our Postgraduate Taught graduates were in graduate level work after completing their studies. Congratulations to our alumni on their achievements.

You can see more information about our Postgraduate courses on our department webpages.

Derived from the Graduate Outcomes survey of 2018/19 graduates, carried out approximately 15 months after completion. Contains HESA data: Copyright Higher Education Statistics Agency Limited 2020. HESA cannot accept responsibility for any inferences or conclusions derived by third parties from its data.

Fri 29 Oct 2021, 17:01 | Tags: postgraduate, Education Studies

More scholarship success

Another China Scholarship Council scholarship has been awarded for a PhD student who will join us later in the year.

Two ESRC studentships were awarded earlier.

Department scholarships to be announced early July

Wed 09 Jun 2021, 16:03 | Tags: postgraduate, Education Studies

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