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Postgraduate Certificate in Education (International) PGCEi

Course Description

The Postgraduate Certificate in Education (International) [PGCEi] is a part-time, distance learning programme of professional enrichment for educators working in countries other than the UK. Our graduates tell us that the PGCEi has been an aid to promotion, and a useful qualification for those wanting to enhance their CV prior to applying for a new position.

The PGCEi is relevant to all curricula. It focuses on the improvement of individual teaching practice through critical reflection and research on practice. It also enables you to compare teaching approaches in different countries and develop a global approach to education.

The course comprises a face-to-face introductory event, where you will meet your Nottingham-based tutor and fellow students. This is followed by online distance learning with individual tutor support.

The PGCEi at The University of Nottingham is one of the leading courses of its type. The programme is offered by a truly international university and runs in 14 locations around the world. It offers the best value for money, with world expert tutors with a range of specialisms. More than 1,100 students have completed the programme, with approximately 700 currently on course.

Visit the Postgraduate Certificate in Education (International) PGCEi page on the University of Nottingham website for more details!

Entry Requirements

2.2 (or international equivalent). You should be an established educator with day-to-day access to a computer and the internet and regular access to a classroom context. English language requirements: IELTS 6.5 (no less than 6.0 in an element).

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