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The National College of Education (NCE) is a progressive, independent college that specialises in the provision of innovative opportunities for learning and training for current and prospective members of the teaching profession. The NCE firmly believes that professional educators should have free access to equal opportunities for development and learning and this is reflected in everything the college does, including the work and services that it provides.
The National College of Education has instructed more than 1,800 students and professionals since its establishment in 2018. Today, it continues to succeed in progressing learners’ personal and professional journeys on all levels.
The master’s programme offered by the NCE is purpose-built to work seamlessly with the demanding schedules of educators. It combines hands-on learning, group sessions, independent research, self-study elements, and more, across a period of 12 to 18 months. This system provides learners with excellent flexibility that allows them to complete their studies in their own way.
Parts of the course are delivered face-to-face and are held across a number of impressive and well-equipped country estate facilities. These venues offer an unbeatable location to experience quality training programmes created by sector experts, as well as providing fantastic networking opportunities.
The National College of Education is committed to providing outstanding postgraduate training and education opportunities to teachers and other education-based professionals, in order to ensure that they are able to take their careers to the next level. The college delivers a range of excellent opportunities for personal or professional growth to teachers who are already qualified or who hold a bachelor’s degree within the education industry. The masters and postgraduate courses available at the college are suited to teachers at all stages of their careers. The courses are also especially well suited to ambitious and passionate teachers thanks to their blended and distanced learning elements, which make them easy to complete around work commitments.