the institute of education london
Institute of Education – University of London is a UK government-recognised university or college which currently gives degree awards.
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Modern purpose-built lecture theatre. Excellent visibility and professional A/V systems. 2 minutes from underground station. Easy access from all main line stations. Parking for cars and minibuses opposite.
The Institute stoically weathered three decades of protest, planning obstruction and general bad rep before being awarded grade II listing in 2000. Lately, IOE had its place in the BBC sun as leading background in hit drama The Bodyguard (the high adrenaline scenes in the park in the concluding episode) and in the John Le Carré adaptation The Little Drummer Girl (where one of the wing blocks detonated in a cleverly orchestrated fake terrorist attack).
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The University of Cambridge launches a new partnership with edX – giving global access to a Cambridge education
New Cambridge 1000 Futures Bursary – Deadline extended to 1 September 2020
Some PGCE students can receive a tax-free Initial Teacher Training bursary.
Information about both our primary and secondary partnerships.
This six-week course provides students with a roadmap for understanding contemporary art by examining critical works by artists including Donald Judd, Barbara Kruger, Tania Bruguera, and Alfredo Jaar, among many others. Course starts September 2.
For the 2020-2021 academic year, our graduate programs will have new and flexible terms to meet the needs and interests of our global student body. Studies will begin in September 2020 with a remote first semester, and a new January term is now introduced for students wishing to start on campus in 2021.