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Location Lancaster
Duration Part-time, 1 Year
Start date September 2020
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The Marginalization and Co-created Education (MaCE) is an international research programme part funded by Erasmus+ delivered by; the University of Cumbria (UK), VIA University College (Denmark) and University College of Southeast (Norway).​

The aim of the research is to understand young people’s experiences of privilege or disadvantage in education in order to co-create more equitable educational solutions in schools and further and higher education. Academics will co-research with practitioners and higher education students to investigate the reality of educational experiences with five young people each. At the end of the project the studies will be written up and published in their own right as well as gaining you accreditation.

 

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It’s not too late to apply to us for 2020 entry, our expert teams of support and academic staff are on hand to give you a bespoke and personal visit experience that will arm you with everything you need to know about starting a course in September 2020.

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It’s not too late to apply to us for 2020 entry, our expert teams of support and academic staff are on hand to give you a bespoke and personal visit experience that will arm you with everything you need to know about starting a course in September 2020.