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Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge

Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge
Established 2001
Type Public
Dean Professor Geoff Hayward
Students ~1000
Location Donald McIntyre Building, Hills Road
Campus Urban
Website www.educ.cam.ac.uk

The Faculty of Education, is the School of education located in Cambridge, UK. It is part of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Cambridge.[1] Established in 2001, the School is a leading provider of undergraduate and postgraduate study in education, initial teacher education and training encouraging critical reflection and attracting the most able scholars.

Courses at the School include undergraduate programme, masters and doctoral programmes, initial teacher education and training and professional development studies:

Donald Mcintyre Building, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge


Students at the University of Cambridge Faculty of Education also join one of the Cambridge Colleges, which provides a social context for their work and an opportunity to meet students and academics from other disciplines.

The Faculty is situated on Hill's Road, near Homerton College. Its wooden fronted building is a well known landmark in the city.


Library in spring, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge

History

The University of Cambridge Faculty of Education was formed by the merger of three prior departments within the university, the Institute of Education, the Department of Education (initially on Trumpington Street) and the teaching interests of Homerton College. The new Faculty building was designed by Building Design Partnership, and was opened in 2005 by HRH Prince Phillip. It was named the Donald McIntyre Building in 2009.

ITET rankings

Cambridge is widely regarded as one of the top initial teacher education and training centres in the UK: its MBA program was recently ranked 1st in the 2010 Good Teacher Training Guide.

World university education subject rankings

The Faculty of Education at the University of Cambridge has a great international reputation. According to the latest 2013 QS world university education subject ranking, the education faculty at Cambridge is ranked the 2nd place in the world. Furthermore, both in the 2012 and 2013 QS rankings, the faculty ranked the 1st place in the United Kingdom.

Library in winter, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge

Research Groups and Centres

Faculty of Education has a number of research groups and research and teaching centres which bring together academics in a variety of fields

The academic groups are:

  • Education, Equality & Development
  • Leadership for Learning
  • Pedagogy, Language, Arts & Culture
  • Psychology & Education
  • Science, Technology & Mathematics

The research and teaching centres are:

References

  1. ^ School of Humanities and Social Sciences of the University of Cambridge, University of Cambridge, retrieved 2010-10-06 

External links

  • University of Cambridge Faculty of Education website
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