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Getting into Primary Teaching in London - PGCE

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Wednesday, March 17, 2021

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04:30 PM Europe/London

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Getting into Primary Teaching in London - PGCE  

Virtual Webinar  

Wednesday 17th March 2021 at 4:30pm 

Interested in becoming a teacher in London or pursuing a career in education after you graduate?  

If you already have a degree or would prefer studying a different area of Higher Education before pursuing a career in primary teaching, then one of our PGCE courses might be for you. A PGCE is a one-year postgraduate course which leads to qualified teacher status (QTS). 

Join our online webinar to discover more about our primary PGCE pathways available at our east London campus. 

Our agenda: 

  • About the University of Cumbria and London campus provision 
  • Our specialist PGCE pathways:  
  • Primary Education with QTS: Lower Primary (3-7) Years 
  • Primary Education with QTS: General Primary (5-11) years 
  • Work experience and gaining QTS  
  • Top tips for applying 
  • Q&A session

Delivered by Farhat Ibrahim – Principal Lecturer – London campus  

We hope you attend our webinar session to find out more about our Primary PGCE provision here at the University of Cumbria in London.   

For more information email: enquirycentre@cumbria.ac.uk or call: 0333 920 5038   

See you there!