Wed, 22 Apr 2009
Anyone considering a career in teaching can find out more during two events being held at the University of East Anglia.
Those interested in secondary education can attend an open evening on Tuesday April 28 from 6-8pm, while anyone interested in primary education can come along to an open day on Saturday May 9, from 11.30am-2pm. During both events course tutors will be on hand to offer advice on any aspect of the one-year, full-time PGCE route into teaching.
The university is one of the UK’s top teacher training institutions and its postgraduate teaching programmes are among the best in the country.
“The University of East Anglia has consistently been regarded as being one of the country’s best teacher education providers,” said Nick Gee of the School of Education and Lifelong Learning. “Given the current financial climate, teaching offers a promising proposition for people considering changing their career, as well as for those who have recently graduated.”
He added: “The high quality of our courses results from the very successful relationships between the university and our partner schools. Between us, we have achieved an unrivalled consistency and coherence of university-based teaching and school placement opportunities for student teachers. This ensures that our postgraduates continue to maintain a competitive edge in the job market.”
For more information about training to be a teacher at the University of East Anglia visit www.uea.ac.uk/edu/pgce or call 01603 592855.
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