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The PGCE-MEd Primary Master's is intended for education professionals, policymakers and researchers at any stage of their career. Read more
The PACES Primary master is intended for education professionals, policymakers and researchers at any stage of their career. Many students have relevant international experience and interests. Read more
Do you want to qualify as a primary teacher in Scotland? This qualification enables you to qualify as a teacher in 36 weeks if you have a degree from an education institution in the United Kingdom or equivalent from outside the United Kingdom. Read more
Do you want to teach at primary level in Scotland? If you are interested in primary teaching you may be interested in a programme which combines all the essential aspects of teacher training and combines online learning with face to face activities during your weekend to allow you to travel to University of Aberdeen from a wider local authority catchment area to study here. Read more
If you would like to study for a PGCE and have less than three years of experience working with children, UCB’s PGCE Primary QTS course will provide you with the necessary skills to teach in a primary school environment. . Read more
The Early Years Foundation Stage/Key Stage 1 full-time route will prepare students for the award of Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) in line with the requirements of the Teachers’ Standards (2012). Read more
The PGCE Primary provides a course in Initial Teacher Training which is accredited by the DfE. Successful completion of the course will provide you with a recommendation for Qualified Teacher Status (QTS), awarded by DfE and a PGCE (awarded by Durham University). Read more
Masters in Education is specifically for you if you teach to enable you to progress your own interests and responsibilities and continue your professional development. You are assessed in terms of activities and formative and summative elements and you can work your way towards 180 credits or choose to complete a PgDip or PgCert if you wish. Read more
A range of courses developed with public sector organisations within the education, teaching, business, health, law and psychology spheres.
At Bangor you’ll study in a school that has a long tradition and an established reputation in the field of teacher education.