Nottingham Law School Law Fair Guide 2018

What next? Choose a career in teaching

Become a professional Early Years, Primary, Secondary, or Post-Compulsory Teacher: study with us on one of our PGCE courses, which include our School Direct options, and gain your postgraduate teaching qualification.

With top student satisfaction ratings and impressively high subsequent employment rates, there’s never been a better time to start your teaching career at NTU.

Once you have your degree, you can follow a postgraduate route into teaching, working with our academics at the Institute of Education and our partner schools, colleges and early years providers. Depending on your chosen pathway and subject, funding is available through bursaries, scholarships or student loan finance.

Our courses include:

Early Years Teacher PGCE Early Years Initial Teacher Training

Primary Teacher PGCE Primary Education School Direct Training Programme (Primary) School Direct Training Programme (Primary salaried)

Secondary Teacher PGCE Secondary Biology PGCE Secondary Business Education PGCE Secondary Chemistry

PGCE Secondary Computer Science with ICT PGCE Secondary Design and Technology PGCE Secondary English PGCE Secondary Mathematics

PGCE Secondary Music PGCE Secondary Physics School Direct Training Programme (Secondary) (full subject range) School Direct Training Programme (Secondary salaried) (full subject range)

Post-Compulsory Teacher PGCE Post-Compulsory Education and Training (full subject range)

Attend an open event to find out more. Reserve your place at: www.ntu.ac.uk/teach

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