UWS Clearing 2021

Professional Graduate Diploma Education (PGDE) - Secondary

COURSE DETAILS

AWARD:

PGDE

DURATION & STUDY MODE:

9 months, full-time

LOCATION:

Ayr

START DATE:

August 2021

About the course

Teaching qualifications are offered in the following areas*. You will select one or two of the following subjects, depending on qualifications:

  • Art & Design – 222X
  • Biology with Science – 222Z
  • Chemistry with Science – 2233
  • Maths – 222W
  • French – X130
  • German – X131
  • Spanish – X132
  • Physics with Science – 294C

Our course currently consists of three compulsory modules, one of which is taught in conjunction with PGDE (Primary) and is offered at both SCQF levels 10 and 11, giving the option of 40 credits of internationally-recognised master’s level study. You will develop an understanding of the curriculum and a range of approaches to teaching, learning and assessment in your chosen subject discipline(s).

* The University reserves the right to withdraw certain subjects, depending on the quotas set by the Scottish Funding Council.

Note: PGDE English and PGDE Physical Education are not entering Clearing in 2021.

Applications for this course are open to people currently residing in:

Scotland

Year 1: Open

Rest of UK (Eng, Wales & NI) & Republic of Ireland

Year 1: Open

International (including EU/EEA)

Year 1: Open

Entry Requirements

  • Bachelor degree or equivalent (Honours degree not essential)*

English Requirements

  • Scottish Highers: English at C or above, or equivalent
  • GCSE English Literature & English Language at Grade C, or above

Mathematics Requirements

  • Scottish National 5 (Grade C) / Intermediate 2 (Grade C) / Standard Grade (Credit) in Maths
  • Irish Leaving Certificate: Maths O3
  • GCSE: Maths at Grade C, or above

Note: Maths and English qualifications can be pending.at the time of application.

* the degree must contain 80 credits relevant to subject area you plan to teach (eg. Art, French, Mathematics)

Further information

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Fees & Funding

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