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Postgraduate Certificate in Education - PGCE - Secondary


Course Description

At Worcester we were born to teach. The institution was founded in 1947 as a teacher training college with a mission to ‘win the peace through education’.

An education that awakens curiosity and ignites the imagination has the power to last a lifetime. At Worcester, you can develop the skills and experience you will need to become an innovative teacher, inspiring others to think creatively about their own futures.

The PGCE for secondary education is a well-established and internationally respected route in to teaching. With a supportive environment in which to develop your craft, and excellent professional prospects for the future, you have the perfect platform from which to launch your career.

Visit the Postgraduate Certificate in Education - PGCE - Secondary page on the University of Worcester website for more details!

Entry Requirements

You need to meet the statutory requirements for entry into teaching.These are a good honours degree (usually 2:2 or above) in a related subject area and GCSE Mathematics and English. Where candidates have significant experience in a related subject area and a degree in another discipline they may be eligible to apply and should contact the tutor for advice. We admit trainees of all ages and from a wide variety of backgrounds. If in doubt about your qualifications or suitability for the course we would always encourage you to contact the tutor for advice.

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