In our Education research, we're working towards an understanding of what education looks like for different groups of people around the globe, while pushing for social justice and human rights worldwide.
We're working to find solutions to problems that exist between childhood and education, by challenging what childhood entails in different parts of the world and exploring the role that education plays in preparing children for their roles in society.
Our expertise lies within education and leadership, the role of education in conflict affected countries, gender, citizenship education, teacher training, and transitions to adulthood. We bring varied research methods to our work, with a focus on qualitative research.
Our research informs practice and enables change — we have developed a wide network of collaborations across the Global South, and routinely collaborate with non-academic partners as consultants.
Explore our Education areas of expertise
Find out more about the facilities and research methods that shape our Education research, in our 5 areas of expertise. Learn more about our recent projects, the academic and industrial partners with whom we collaborate, and the major funders who fund our work.
In this area of expertise, we're exploring the experiences and opportunities that play a role in the development of young children.
Our work is identifying, exploring and engaging with forms of discrimination across gender and race in the education system.
We're examining the factors underpinning issues such as inequality, under-representation of women, mental health and wellbeing in higher education.
Through our research, we're exploring the issue of mental health and mental illness in young people.
Interested in a PhD in Education?
Browse our postgraduate research degrees – including PhDs and MPhils – at our Education postgraduate research degrees page.