Educators can have a lasting impact on people’s lives. Whether you want to become a teacher, work in the social or care industries, or become a researcher, education studies offers a flexible path to a challenging and rewarding career. Explore moral and social issues, and discover how the environment shapes learning, to understand how you can make a difference to a child’s wellbeing and future. Take advantage of an optional paid or unpaid work-based learning module to help you stand out when it comes to starting your career. Participate in education-related volunteering in the Plymouth area and develop your knowledge and experience. Make the most of the opportunities presented by being part of a department that has strong links with universities in Canada, Spain, Africa and the USA, through the International Students Exchange Programme. * Benefit from a multi-strand and mutli-disciplinary course that offers scope and flexibility to explore where your strengths lie in the field of education. * Learn from experienced lecturers and tutors who are leading national and international research projects in education. * Tackle central education issues, such as disability and inclusion studies, with the help of experts in the field. * Engage in questions of social justice and inclusion and develop your ability to present well founded arguments. * Participate in education-related volunteering in the Plymouth area and develop your knowledge and experience. * Choose modules in early childhood studies to gain insights into important factors that shape us as young learners. * Seek advice from our expert employability service as you move through the degree.