There is an active research community, engaged in a range of research projects that currently span a range of multi-professional settings, including Early Years, and higher education itself, as well as teacher education, social work education, childhood youth and community education, medical education, and education in sites of learning that range from museums and archives to the outdoors.
For teachers, medics, and professionals working in settings such as museums and archives, innovative work enables you to research the impact of your own and your colleagues' practice through action research undertaken in the workplace. Those interested in research into learning and teaching can focus on learning and teaching in higher education or in the school situation, as well as on the student experience. You may also take a theoretical path by researching aspects of the relationship between philosophy and education, or cultural constructions of childhood and special and inclusive education.
175th Anniversary Studentships for Home/EU students
To celebrate 175 years of providing world-leading values-driven higher education, the University of Winchester is offering new studentships for Home/EU students.
Applications are invited from suitably qualified individuals wishing to undertake doctoral research. Click here to find out more: www.winchester.ac.uk/175studentships