The Professional Graduate Diploma in Education is a harmonised course which is designed for graduates who wish to become qualified to teach in either the primary or secondary sector. It offers a variety of pathways and is recognised as a qualification throughout the world. The programme is designed to help student teachers meet the benchmarks for the Standard for Initial Teacher Education. It aims to ensure that newly qualified teachers enter the profession with theskills, attitudes and competences required to allow them to focus theirsubject expertise effectively to promote good teaching and learning in the primary/secondary classroom and in pre-five settings. The programme uses active and participatory approaches to learning in order to meet students’ professional needs and to promote a commitment to continuing professional development (CPD). The programme offers students the opportunity to gain up to 40 Masters level credits. This can be achieved through successful completion of two pieces of assessment at Masters level.
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Lord Hope Postgraduate Scholarship Scheme
The Law School is delighted to announce the launch of the Lord Hope Postgraduate Scholarship Scheme. Under this initiative, up to twelve partial scholarships of £1,000 each (£500 for Part-Time) shall be available for applicants across our range of LLM/MSc programmes in the academic year 2014/15. The awards will be granted on a competitive footing offered on the basis of financial need and academic merit. In addition to the financial award, the successful applicants shall also be invited to attend a celebratory dinner hosted by patron of the scheme and Emeritus Professor of the Law School, the Rt Honourable Lord Hope of Craighead KT, PC, FRSE.
Value of Scholarship(s)
Scholarship applicants must first submit an application for one of the Law School's programmes listed and be able to demonstrate high academic achievement and financial need.All applications must be received by Friday 30 May 2014
To apply for a scholarship, you must visit the Law School postgrduate taught web pages and download an applications form from the funding opportunities section. Once completed, please send to [email protected]
A degree validated by a higher education institution in the United Kingdom or a degree of an equivalent standard from an institution outside the United Kingdom. The degree should normally contain 80 SCOTCAT credit points relevant to the teaching qualification or qualifications being studied. 40 of the credit points must have been studied at SCQF (Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework) level 8 or above.You must also have a National Qualifications course award in English at SCQF at level 6, or an equivalent.
Recipient: University of Strathclyde
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