Study on the MA: DTCE by distance learning

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We are still recruiting students for the September 2017 intake on Manchester’s award-winning MA: Digital Technologies, Communication and Education.

The MA: Digital Technologies, Communication and Education has been run as a successful distance learning programme since 2007 and is still open for applications for entry in September 2017.

You can study the course on-campus in Manchester (full time for one year, part-time over two years), or as a distance learning student (part-time or two years).

“The best online course I have ever taken” (Mike, Senior Lecturer)

Studying on the MA: DTCE by distance learning allows you to work flexibly, in ways that fit in with, and even complement, work commitments. You will not be isolated — there are plenty of ways to interact both with the teaching team and fellow students, including videoconferences, online discussion boards, one-to-one Skype tutorials and collaborative activities, which we can usually arrange at a time to suit your schedule (including for those of you studying outside the UK). There are ample opportunities to complete assignments in ways that integrate them with classes, projects or tasks that you need to complete in professional life. You can even receive course credit (15, 30 or the 60-credit dissertation) for designing and evaluating a workplace or consultancy project. We also have a ‘TESOL pathway” for those of you specialising in language teaching.

We hope you might be interested in joining us in September 2017. Visit the course page on the University of Manchester web site for more information and to make an application.

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