Education and teaching
Pursue a rewarding career in education and teaching transforming the lives of thousands of learners within our community, not just children. From teaching young children to prisoners, you will be at the forefront of inspiring minds. You will challenge yourself constantly to innovate and understand your students and their individual needs to ensure they achieve and develop.
Why choose this subject area?
- 1st for 'Overall Satisfaction' for Teacher Training in the 2021 National Student Survey (NSS)
- 11th for Education in the 2022 Guardian University Guide 2022
- gain a rich understanding of education in many settings with opportunities to focus in education, learning and teaching in primary education or special educational needs
- consistently high achieving in its Ofsted inspections, our programmes are recognised as a very good quality training provider by local employers and graduate employability is amongst the highest in the country
- our innovative courses reflect the social, political and technological changes taking place in education
View our Undergraduate courses
|Course title||UCAS 2023 tariff||UCAS code|
|Bachelor of Education Honours Degree Primary with QTS||X122|
|BA (Hons) Early Childhood Education||X310|
|BA (Hons) Education||X305|
|BA (Hons) Psychology in Education||X311|
View our Foundation courses
Course title UCAS entry tariff UCAS code FdA Early Years 48 FdA Early Years 48 FdA Early Years 48 FdA Early Years 48
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'The variety of modules on both of my degrees, from contemporary issues in education to educational technology, from philosophy of education to equality and inclusion put me in the best possible position to begin my teaching career. All the modules taught me to be critical, which means in the classroom I always put my students first when new initiatives are implemented.'