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Studying with us during coronavirus in 2021

Education and Early Childhood Studies

Start your career in Education and Early Childhood Studies

Whether you’re looking to teach primary or secondary students or want to create and influence education policy in the UK, our degrees in education will equip you with the skills and expertise to excel. Our supportive and experienced staff will guide you through modules in partnership with social science disciplines to really understand the theory behind your future practice.

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    Starting to think about uni? Come along to find out if we’re the right choice for you. This is your opportunity to learn about our courses, see our campus and facilities and get personalised advice about life at uni.

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Your learning in 2021

We’ve developed our teaching and learning strategy to incorporate all we’ve learnt about online learning during COVID-19 to ensure you get the most out of your course.

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  • Get to know your course


    Join Dr Nathan Fretwell to find out more about studying Education and Early Childhood Studies at MDX, including the modules that make up our programmes and how we teach.

  • Get to know your tutors


    Dean of the Health and Education School, Dr. Carmel Clancy, talks to West London Business about how MDX has adapted to COVID-19.

Course news

  • Meet our academics: Dr Jacqueline Harding's work on reducing childhood stress during lockdown

    A parent playing with a hand puppet to entertain their toddler

    Check out the research by Dr. Jacqueline Harding on reducing stress through play.

    Read the full article on childhood stress

  • Industry news

    Screenshot of the Tomorrow's Child TV (TCTV) website

    Check out how one of academics is leading the conversation around education at home through an online learning platform.

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