The Professional Graduate Diploma in Education (Secondary) is a one year (36 weeks) full-time course of professional training accredited by the General Teaching Council for Scotland. The aim of the programme is to produce adaptable, flexible teachers able to collaborate and cooperate with other professionals, ready to face challenges of teaching in the 21st century and commit to the notion of lifelong learning.
SUBJECTS: Biology with Science; Business Studies; Chemistry with Science; Drama; English; Gaelic; Geography; Home Economics; History; Mathematics; Modern Languages; Modern Studies; Physics with Science; Religious Education; .
OF WHICH YOU CHOOSE 1 SUBJECT NORMALLY
COURSES 4 Compulsory courses 2 academic courses 2 school experience courses 2 nine week placements
Students must meet the requirements of the Standard for Initial Teacher Education (SITE) in order to pass the PGDE and gain entry to the Teacher Induction Scheme in Scotland (subject to meeting SAAS funding criteria).
University of Aberdeen has a high academic standard and quality within all of its programmes. It wishes to promote talent and encourage students from: China Malaysia Vietnam African Countriesto study a postgraduate qualification at University of Aberdeen
Value of Scholarship(s)
Scholarships are available in January and September You must have an unconditional offer for a masters taught programme You must be a full time international student You must be based at the Aberdeen City campus for your studies
Once you have received your firm offer from the Vice Principle you will receive a scholarship offer. Instructions will be sent to you about how to accept your scholarship.
Degree from United Kingdom with Mathematics and English Language at SCE, GCSE Grade C or above, Irish Leaving Certificate Grade 3 or above and relevant subject area to your teaching interest. IELTS Academic (6.5), TOEFL iBT (90), PTE Academic Overall (62), Cambridge English Advanced & Proficiency (176)
Recipient: Aberdeen University
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