The first BESA research symposium will take place on Wednesday 16th of January 2019 in the University of Wolverhampton. All BESA members are welcome to attend free of charge.
The British Education Studies Association (BESA) will be hosting its 15th Annual International Conference at University of Wales Trinity St David 27th – 28th June 2019. The theme of the conference is “Politics and the role of education: divergence and convergence”.
BESA is pleased to announce that the recipients of the very first BESA Research Grant are Dr Gurpinder Lalli (PI) & Dr Brendan Bartram (CI) from the University of Wolverhampton- Faculty of Education, Health and Wellbeing, Institute of Education. Their project is titled: “The impact of Free School Meals (FSM) on extending forms of Capital: A small scale case study in one Academy school”.
The Faculty of Education at Liverpool Hope University is seeking a new External Examiner to oversee the taught-postgraduate (PGT) programmes in this faculty. The appointment should begin in the 2019-20 academic year and will typically last for four years.
The British Education Studies Association (BESA) will be providing at least one research grant this academic year. The award(s) are up to £1000 per applicant/group to carry out a research project in 2018/2019 that relates to the aims of BESA. ...
Call for Papers: International Symposium on Phenomenological Research in Education - Humboldt-University Berlin
The 5th International Symposium on Phenomenological Research in Education will take place 1st – 3rd April 2019 at the Humboldt-University of Berlin. “Feeling – Emotion – Mood. Phenomenological and pedagogical perspectives”