Pillars of our Institute of Learning and Teaching and key drivers of our goal to share Ecolint’s expertise in international education with the world, our two Masters courses given in partnership with Durham University and the University of Geneva allow postgraduate students to follow internationally-recognised, research-led programmes.
Covering international cooperation in education and intercultural education, the Masters en éducation internationale et recherche, given in collaboration with the University of Geneva, aims to build the scientific knowledge and skills required to work successfully within the complex economic, political, cultural and social context which influence education, teaching and learning in different parts of the world.
With Durham University, our Institute offers the Masters in International Education. Providing students with an opportunity to study broad educational and pedagogical issues, while researching an individual research topic in depth, this course enables them to gain an understanding of the nature and significance of educational issues, both general and subject-specific, and examine the ways in which educational research can illuminate these topics.
See below for an overview of these qualifications.
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