Module and short course features
- Taught by leading researchers and educators
- Classes are typically international and students are encouraged to reflect on differences in professional practices
- Intensive residential taught week in Oxford for blended courses
- Online activities and discussion forums before and after residential weeks
- Access to online library resources throughout
- Some modules are taught entirely online
- Each module has a an assignment that can be completed for credit
Modules and short courses can be taken:
- Independently for professional training (alongside MSc, Diploma and Certificate students)
- For academic credit, transferrable to other institutions (CATS points)
- As a 'taster' for the MSc (and may count towards it if you enrol in the future)
Check the specific course pages for which modules are included in each award.
These run over an eight week cycle:
- first week is spent working on introductory activities using a Virtual Learning Environment
- second week is spent in Oxford for the face to face teaching week (this takes place on the dates advertised)
- four weeks of Post-Oxford activities (delivered through the VLE) which are designed to help you write your assignment.
- one week of personal study and you will be required to submit your assignment electronically the following week (usually on a Tuesday at 14:00 UK Local Time).
These are delivered entirely through a Virtual Learning Environment:
- first week is allocated to introductory activities.
- followed by ten units to work through which are released week by week (starting on the dates advertised)
- five weeks of personal study with use of a revision forum and then you will be required to submit your assignment electronically the following week (usually on a Tuesday at 14:00 UK Local Time).
Modules that are fully online are: