of our UK undergraduate students are in employment or further study within six months of completing their studies
(according to the 2014/15 DLHE survey)
You'll join a friendly community of almost 19,000 staff and students
The Faculty of Education is recognised as a centre of excellence for teacher education and development and is actively helping to shape education practice regionally and nationally, through its research and teaching. Our initial teacher education (ITE) programmes are considered to be among the best in the country. We have a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate routes into teaching available leading to qualified teacher status (QTS), qualified teacher learning and skills status (QTLS) and early years teacher status (EYTS).
Discover our specialist course designed for those seeking to work with children from birth to five years old.
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Our undergraduate programmes offer the opportunity to to gain an honours degree and the recommendation for QTS.
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Our undergraduate programmes offer the opportunity to gain an honours degree and the recommendation for QTS.
University Postgraduate courses for those wishing to teach in the primary age groups and 7-14.
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University postgraduate courses for those wishing to teach in the Secondary and 14-19 age groups.
University and employment based courses for those interested in teaching in the lifelong learning sector.
This postgraduate route into teaching is led by schools, working in close collaboration with the University to offer teacher training courses in the primary and secondary age groups.
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High-calibre postgraduates are placed in 'national challenge' schools to provide the educationally-disadvantaged with inspirational teaching.
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This route into teaching is an ideal course if you wish to pursue specialisation andexpertise as a teacher with children from birth to five years.
Boost your subject knowledge to prepare for your future training or gain confidence in another subject area.
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Please contact the Admissions Education Team, please use the following details below to get in touch with us:
Undergraduate queries01227 922900
PGCE PrimaryPGCE Early Years01227 922491
PGCE Modular01227 922420
PGCE 7-14PGCE SecondaryPGCE 14-19PGCE Post Compulsory01227 921640
School Direct01227 922846
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