Improve learning in schools and/or organisations with the latest educational insights as a researcher, designer or consultant.
Education is one of the key factors that bring growth and progress into society. But what does education ideally look like in the 21st century? What motivates people to engage in learning? And what is the possible impact of technology on learning and personal development? The Master’s in Educational Science & Technology at the University of Twente (UT) turns you into an educational expert, substantially improving learning processes and environments.
This one-year, English-taught Master’s is for anyone who is fascinated by facilitating learning but does not necessarily dream of becoming a teacher. You will learn to design and evaluate learning scenarios in schools and organisations. This means that the scope of this Master’s is very wide: from designing learning materials for primary school children and young people in secondary and higher education to training and leadership development for adult employees, such as nurses, teachers, civil servants or managers. Eventually, you will engage in meaningful educational breakthroughs as a researcher, designer or consultant.
Start Master’s in Educational Science & Technology
You can start your studies in September or in February. If you need to follow a Pre-Master’s first, you can also start in September or February, and continue with the Master’s afterwards. You have the option to pursue this Pre-Master’s and Master’s part-time as well.
You have a lot of freedom in tailoring your Master’s in Educational Science & Technology to your own interests and ambitions. About 80% of the content is customisable! Thus, whether you are more interested in the context of formal education or human resource development, you can choose your own field of focus by selecting elective courses that meet your wishes. This way, you get to shape your learning path.
To give you an idea of your future job, student Stephan Dijkhof visited alumna Marloes Onclin, who is a Learning Consultant at Educared.