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University Teaching career paths

Interested in inspiring young people? As a teacher, you can use your skills to help students get to where they want to be.

Once you have achieved qualified teacher status (QTS), you can expect a good starting salary that compares well with other graduate professions. This can also increase if you choose to take on additional responsibilities.

Becoming a teacher can offer you a satisfying, rewarding and stable career.

Course Title Course Code Length Study Type Start Date
BA (Hons) Early Childhood Studies EYH6020 31 weeks per year Full Time 09 Sep 2019
BA Education & Lifelong Learning EYH6010 31 weeks per year Full Time 09 Sep 2019
Diploma in Education and Training EDH5011 34 weeks per year Part Time 09 Sep 2019
Foundation Degree Early Years EYH5021 31 weeks per year Full Time 09 Sep 2019
Foundation Degree Educational Practice EYH5011 31 weeks per year Full Time 09 Sep 2019
Professional Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) EDT6011 32 weeks per year Part Time 09 Sep 2019



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Julianne Smedley

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"I didn't think I was going to be able to do a degree. I always doubted my ability until I spoke to Tracey Canham. When she told me that I was more than capable of doing it that was it, decision made! At times it has been hard juggling work, home life and studying but I am determined that I will do this. Then just when I think I have the balance right I decide to train for a marathon. I think I thrive on challenges."