About the course
Students on School Direct primary routes at schools partnered with the University of Birmingham will undertake a Postgraduate Certificate in Education with Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) which will provide 60 credits contributing to Master's level. Students on the secondary programmes undertake the Postgraduate Diploma in Education with Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) which will provide 120 credits contributing to Master's level.
Following successful completion of the 60 (level 7) credit PGCE (QTS) year, students may then opt to progress onto the Postgraduate Diploma in Teaching Studies and then the MA in Teaching Studies with the University of Birmingham. Students who have completed the 120 credit PGDipEd (QTS) year may progress directly onto the MA in Teaching Studies.
Interviews will usually be held at Washwood Heath Academy and may involve Academy staff and University of Birmingham representative. The interview will consist of subject knowledge test, classroom based task and a panel interview.
How school placements work
Successful applicants will be based in a lead school. There will also be a second placement in one of our partner schools.
The course fees for 2019/2020 are as follows:
- GCSE Mathematics and English at grade 4 or equivalent.
- Minimum 2:2 classification degree with at least 50% in History or a closely related subject.
- Graduates with degrees in Politics, International Relations, Archaeology, Economics, American and Canadian Studies and Art History are also invited to apply.
Experience with children, a genuine passion for teaching and a commitment to high standards.
About the training provider
Washwood Heath Academy is a large all -through school in the Stechford area of Birmingham. We are part of Washwood Heath Multi Academy Trust and are committed to quality continued professional development.
About the accredited body
'The global University at the heart of an ambitious city'
Secondary school direct applicants will study for the academic award of PGDip & QTS.
Training with disabilities and other needs
Candidates are invited to disclose any special requirements prior to attending possible interview.
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