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New Programme in Inclusive and Special Education

The Masters/Postgraduate Diploma in Inclusive and Special Education has been developed jointly by Hibernia College and the Institute of Child Education and Psychology (ICEP) Europe and is currently pending validation.

The programme aims to give teachers a thorough professional knowledge and understanding of special educational needs and learning difficulties and is underpinned by the latest national and international research.

The modular structure and online model of delivery make this programme particularly suitable to teachers seeking a more flexible postgraduate option due to personal circumstances, work or other commitments.

For teachers in diverse educational settings

The programme is designed to meet the professional and personal needs of teachers working with pupils with special and additional learning needs in diverse educational settings.

The part-time, online programme will empower early years, primary, post-primary and special education teachers with the knowledge, skills, values and competencies to provide an inclusive and quality education for all.

Flexible, agile, individualised

Allowing participants to tailor modules to their own professional specialisation, research areas and personal interests, the programme is set up to be flexible, agile and individualised.

The Postgraduate Diploma in Arts in Inclusive and Special Education comprises four taught modules (15 ECTS each) and can be completed in one year. Students can take longer if they wish.

The Master of Arts in Inclusive and Special Education comprises four taught modules (15 ECTS each) and a research and research methods and thesis module (30 ECTS) and can be completed in two years.

LEARN MORE

Register for a webinar to learn more about the new programme. We will walk you through the structure of the course and answer any questions you may have. The webinar will take place on Thursday, 12 May 2022 at 3:00 PM.

Register for webinar

 

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