The Graduate School of Education is home to five research centres - each engaged in a programme of systematic research, capacity building and impact generation, around their particular substantive and methodological concerns.
The school is also home to a number of networks that form around a particular issue area. Their aim is to stimulate lively debate around these issues, and contribute to new understandings.
In combination, centres and networks combine to create a lively research atmosphere in the school. They also contribute to developing the kind of expertise that enables us to shape debates, policy and practice in ways that benefit teachers, learners, parents and policy makers both within the UK and globally.
Find our more about our featured research project: Aiming High: African Caribbean Achievement.
The results of the REF 2014 confirm that we are one of the top ten leading UK centres for high quality and high impact research on education. We are ranked fifth in the UK by the Times Higher Education Research Intensity rankings.
Our research briefings will give you an insight into the variety, significance and reach of our research activity.