The department of Disability and Education is comprised of academics with established reputations in learning, teaching and research. Our department is internationally recognised for leading research in literary and cultural representations of disability. Visit our Disability and Education webpage.
The Early Childhood department at Liverpool Hope University is a vibrant, successful and research-informed department. The undergraduate and postgraduate degrees are taught by academics (qualified to doctoral level) from a wide-variety of backgrounds, including Sociology, Education, Health and Psychology. Visit our Early Childhood webpage.
Education Studies is a dynamic and successful department, with a diverse and growing number of staff, students and researchers. The core of the department is a highly trained, innovative international team of academics, and also one of the few universities in this subject area where all teaching staff hold doctorates. Visit our Education Studies webpage.
In the School of Teacher Education, we regard teaching as one of the most rewarding, exciting and challenging professions you could enter. The department has partnerships with over 260 Primary schools in the North West, giving you plenty of placement opportunities to gain teaching experience before you graduate. Our teaching staff come from a variety of academic and professional backgrounds, with a rich diversity of experience in many types of schools. Visit our Teacher Education webpage.