Congrats on d offer
I was offered a place on the Full-time and part-time course but I think financially I'd have to accept the Part-time course, as it would allow me to continue working a few days a week in order to fund it!
Does your undergraduate degree qualify you to work with children in an educational setting, or is it just purely academic like mine?
I'm currently completing a postgraduate cert in childhood and youth studies online from The Open University. I'm really enjoying it, and have the option to continue to Masters level aswel, but found myself drawn to the DIT Masters as I feel I'd be more motivated by actually attending lectures as opposed to online tutorials and downloads. But if childhood studies is your interest, you should give the Open University a look aswel.
Like urself my only qualm is if the Masters Degree is in DIT is worth studying. I'm currently working in a Newsagents - something which was only a part time job during my under graduate degree- yet has been a god send to me since I left college in 2009 as I'm not actually qualified in anything! My biggest concern is actually accepting the DIT Masters and after two years of study, still finding myself employed in a Newsagents as I'm still not qualified to apply for other jobs!?
No doubt the Masters would be a huge learning experience and personal achievement, yet would it make us more employable?