Course Description

M Ed in Leadership of Wellbeing in Education



he promotion of wellbeing is gaining an increased profile in many settings including education. Hence the importance and relevance of the new M Ed in Leadership of Wellbeing in Education programme in Mary Immaculate College. This two-year part-time Level 9 programme will provide participants with the skills to assume leadership positions in the promotion of wellbeing in a variety of educational settings and in the wider community.

Key Features

The programme  will consider the different theoretical presentations of wellbeing and examine how learners can be empowered to take ownership of the many dimensions of their wellbeing as they progress through their education. The programme will demonstrate ways in which wellbeing can be promoted across the curriculum, recognising the impact of the hidden curriculum and the role of the many key stakeholders in education. The promotion of teacher wellbeing will also be a significant aspect of the programme with participants being facilitated to reflect on how they internalise the concept in their own lives.

The programme will equip participants in the development of leadership skills in relation to wellbeing in education. In addition participants will be enabled to conduct high level research in relation to wellbeing in education, thus providing themselves with a strong evidence based for future school initiatives.

CollegeMary Immaculate College
Course LocationLimerick
Course CategoryEducation & Teaching
Entry RequirementsApplicants should have at least a second class honours (2.2 minimum) primary degree (Level 8, NFQ) in a relevant or cognate discipline that incorporates a substantial education component.It is expected that applicants should have a minimum of two years’ experience as a teacher whose work incorporates a significant focus on wellbeing and related fields.Places on the programme will be offered based on the above, viz. qualifications, performance at interview (if applicable), language proficiency level (if applicable), and application form.Note: This programme is limited to a maximum of 15 participants per cohort.English Language RequirementsApplicants for whom English is not a first language must provide evidence of their proficiency level English in the form of an IELTS (International English Language Testing System) composite score of 6.5 – 7.0 with no less than 6.0 in any one component, or IELTS equivalent accepted by UL. Such applicants will also be required to undergo an interview through English.
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South Circular Road Limerick City, Limerick City, Limerick, Republic of Ireland

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