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  PGCert - Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (non FHEA)

Online Anglia Ruskin University ARU    Faculty of Arts, Humanities, Education and Social Sciences

Part time January, September PGCert 1 year
Education (11)

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Are you a teacher or lecturer in higher education looking to enhance your teaching skills? The PGCert in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education is the perfect course for you. Taught by a team of active researchers in education, this practice-based course will support your professional development and help you make positive contributions to the sector. The course is fully online and highly interactive, providing you with access to a wide range of teaching and learning resources. With two core modules focused on reflective practice and assessment, you'll have the opportunity to develop evidence-based teaching methods. Please note that this course does not include Fellowship of Advance HE (FHEA). Visit our website for more information on entry requirements and how to apply.

About the course

Continue your professional development as a teacher or lecturer in higher education. Support your practice with theory and make positive contributions to teaching and learning in the sector.

Whether you are new or experienced in teaching in higher education, our course is for you.

ARU’s PG Cert Learning and Teaching in Higher Education is a highly interactive distance learning course taught by active researchers in education.

Studying part-time, you’ll be exposed to the very best teaching practice by our experienced team.

We’ll encourage you to reflect on your own practice, learn from sharing practice with others, and develop an understanding of educational models framing higher education in contemporary university settings.

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Entry Requirements

You must already be employed in an appropriate higher educational context and must have regular access to teaching students there. This is so that throughout the course you can actively engage with the course outcomes, be observed teaching and reflect upon and develop your continuing practice. A first degree is desirable and a high standard of written English is essential.

If English is not your first language you will be expected to demonstrate a certificated level of proficiency of at least IELTS 6.5 ( Academic level) or equivalent English Language qualification, as recognised by Anglia Ruskin University.


£2,567 Distance learning students starting 2023/24 (part-time, per year)
£2,733 Distance learning students starting 2024/25 (part-time, per year)

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