Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

Doctor of Education information session and live Q&A

This event has now finished. Please see our events website for details of upcoming events at Brookes.

doctor of education

Who this event is for

  • Prospective students - postgraduate taught
  • Prospective students - postgraduate research
  • Staff - teaching
  • Staff - research
  • Staff - support
  • Current students - postgraduate taught
  • Current students - postgraduate research
  • Academic community
  • Business community
  • Alumni
  • Public


To attend the EdD Information session and live Q&A on Jan 21 please email Marinka at mwalker@brookes.ac.uk for the Googlehangout meeting details.


These virtual sessions will give you an informal opportunity to speak to academics and members of the programme team to find out more about the  Doctor of Education course at Oxford Brookes.

This course is for experienced professionals working in education, healthcare and related fields. The Doctor of Education provides you with an opportunity to pursue doctoral study in the context of your professional role. Application is open to professionals who normally have a minimum of four years’ experience and a master’s qualification. The programme of study is structured to meet the needs of people who are in full-time employment

The Doctor of Education (EdD) is a professionally focused, cohort-based doctorate. It combines taught courses with independent research.