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If you already hold a bachelors degree and you wish to teach, choose from our range of postgraduate teaching programmes.
Eligibility to teach your chosen subject
Not sure if your bachelors will let you teach what you want? Check your eligibility here.
Graduate Diploma in Teaching (Early Childhood Education)
Begin a rewarding career in early childhood education by adding this one-year programme to your existing degree.
Graduate Diploma in Teaching (Primary)
Begin a fulfilling career in primary and intermediate education by adding this one-year programme to your existing degree.
Graduate Diploma in Teaching (Secondary)
Share your passion in a subject with generations of young learners by adding this one-year programme to your existing bachelors degree.
Master of Teaching (Primary)
Launch into a fulfilling career as a professionally certified primary teacher by adding this one-year masters to your existing qualification.
Download a prospectus
Read our prospectuses and brochures by ebook or download a PDF copy.
See which teaching or education degree is right for you based on previous study and career goals.
Find out if you’re eligible to teach in your area of interest at secondary level.
Meet recent graduates and learn about their fulfilling careers.
Register for our free info session on 21 May to get all the answers you need to start your study in July 2019.
Find out about how to plan and fund your postgraduate study.
Need help? Get in touch with our dedicated postgraduate advisers.
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