The Institute of Education is a leading centre for teacher education in Europe and one of the the largest teacher training providers in London. We have a wide range of teacher training programmes for those wanting to qualify to teach in primary and secondary schools, and in further and adult education colleges.
See the website http://www.ucl.ac.uk/prospective-students/graduate/taught/degrees
If you’re thinking about becoming a secondary teacher, we offer the following PGCEs:
• PGCE Secondary Art & Design
• PGCE Secondary Business & Economics Education
• PGCE Secondary Citizenship
• PGCE Secondary Computer Science with ICT
• PGCE Secondary Information and Communications Techology (ICT)
• PGCE Secondary English
• PGCE Secondary English with Drama
• PGCE Secondary Geography
• PGCE Secondary History
• PGCE Secondary Mathematics
• PGCE Secondary Modern Languages
• PGCE Secondary Music
• PGCE Secondary Physics with Mathematics
• PGCE Secondary Religious Education
• PGCE Secondary Science – Biology, Chemistry or Physics
• PGCE Secondary Social Science
Applicants may be eligible for government-funded bursaries of up to £20,000, plus tuition fee loans and grants.
We also offer the new School Direct route in conjunction with a number of schools, where you apply directly to the school in which you wish to undertake your training.
All of our programmes are modular and you can use IOE PGCE credits to contribute towards a Masters qualification in education. The IOE was recognised by Ofsted as outstanding or good with some outstanding features following their latest visit for its “high quality” teacher training that inspire its students “to want to be outstanding teachers”. In the Training and Development Agency for Schools Newly Qualified Teacher Survey (2010), 83 per cent of our NQTs rated the overall
quality of their training as good or very good.
If you're interested in teaching at Primary level, we offer Primary PGCE Full-time and Part-time programmes and French and Spanish specialisms. Alternatively, if you'd like to teach adults and young people aged 16+, we also offer Post-Compulsory PGCEs including specialist options for teaching English as a second or other language (ESOL) and Literacy, or Mathematics with Numeracy.
For more information and to apply, visit http://www.ioe.ac.uk/teach
Generally, a good first degree or equivalent (usually 2.2 or higher). GCSE pass at grade C or above in English language and in mathematics. If you were educated outside the UK, we will accept qualifications of an equivalent level. Please see each PGCE programme for specific subject entry requirements.