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Research income: £195,803.
Current number of academic staff: 14.
The function of imagination in learning: theory and case study data from third year undergraduate neuroscience;
Using concept mapping to enhance the research interview;
A new Conception of Information Literacy for the Digital Learning Environment in Higher Education;
Comparing lecturer and student accounts of reading in the humanities;
What does "peer" mean in teaching observation for the professional development of higher education lecturers?
Current research projects: Funded by the Centre for Distance Learning, Higher Education Academy, Leadership Foundation in Higher Education, London Deanery and Society for Educational Studies.
Duration Expected to be MPhil two years FT, three years PT. PhD three years FT, four to six years PT.
Study mode Full-time,Part-time
Awarding institution King's College London
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Minimum of 2:1 degree in an appropriate academic discipline.
Applications should be made using the form in the Institute's prospectus or the electronic version on the website. All shortlisted applicants will be interviewed.
No information required.
There is no specific deadline for applications. Applications will be considered subject to the availability of places, thus we encourage you to submit your application as soon as possible. Please note funding applications may be subject to specific deadlines.
The Institute's research activity explores a wide range of national and international higher education issues. Participants may examine topics of a generic nature such as learning, assessment and quality, higher education policy and issues stemming from teaching and learning in their own academic disciplines.
Regular Institute seminars are held at which students can discuss common academic and research issues.
The Institute provides a research methods module.
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Full time tuition fees - Home/EU
Full time tuition fees - Overseas £17,000 (2016)
Part time tuition fees - Home/EU£2,300 (2016)
Part time tuition fees - Overseas
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