Hong Kong Management Association

Master of Arts Education (Early Childhood Studies)

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Course Information

  • 17 Sep 2022 (Sat)
Registration period
9 Aug 2022 (Tue) - 17 Sep 2022 (Sat)
HKD 96,500
(Tuition fee for Members: HK$96,500;Tuition fee for Non-members:HK$96,500)
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Course Overview

Why choose the University of Huddersfield MA Education (Early Childhood Studies) programme?
An Internationally Recognised Degree

The MA Education (Early Childhood Studies) programme is awarded by the University of Huddersfield. The award is a fully accredited British university degree recognised worldwide. The award carries equivalent academic status and recognition to the same degree conferred by the University to the local students in the UK.

Fully Taught by University of Huddersfield Faculty

Staff at the cutting edge of their profession which along with regular performance appraisal and continuous student feedback ensures teaching quality.

Global Teaching Excellence Award

University of Huddersfield is in the top ten in England for teaching excellence and won the first Global Teaching Excellence Award recognising the University’s commitment to world-class teaching and its success in developing students as independent learners and critical thinkers (Higher Education Academy, 2017).

Gain Knowledge about Practical Aspects of Early Childhood Education in International Context

Students will have the opportunity to study early childhood education in international contexts. The course combines knowledge about practical aspects of the early years curriculum with the opportunity to bring a theoretical understanding to help to deepen and challenge students’ thinking.

Attainable in 1 Year

Participants can complete the programme in 1 year by completing four modules and one dissertation.

Assignment-based Assessment

All modules are assessed through written continuous assessments.

What You’ll Learn

Programme Structure
The programme is conducted through a block teaching mode, fully taught by the University of Huddersfield academic faculty. A supervisor will be assigned to students to maintain close contact with students and to provide professional advice. Students are required to achieve 180 credits for completing the programme, which consists of five modules including a dissertation in 12,500 – 15,000 words.

Developing Effective Leadership30
International Approaches to Early Childhood Education30
Methods of Enquiry30
Special Educational Needs and Disability: Evaluating Policy and Practice30

Study Format
Each module will generally have an eight week study schedule as follows:

Week 1Pre-reading
Week 2Saturday
9am – 5:30pm
9am – 5:30pm
Week 3Saturday
9am – 5:30pm
9am – 5:30pm
Week 4Self-study + Course Work – with Virtual Classroom
Week 5
Week 6
Week 7
Week 8Assignment Submission / Examination

Support from the University of Huddersfield
Online resources are available at the University of Huddersfield to all University of Huddersfield students. The excellent Online Library service provides relevant articles and journals to facilitate your studies. The hassle-free study environment assists your study whenever and wherever you wish.

Academic Skills Tutors also provide guidance about how you can develop your academic skills in order to improve your grades. The tutors provide support with general academic skills including essay writing, time management, presentations and group work skills; information technology and numeracy; research skills, as well as personal development for example confidence building and assertiveness.

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