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EDUCATION AND TEACHER TRAINING


Want to inspire the next generation in the classroom? Teachers and education professionals are in high demand, so a degree in this area opens up opportunities across sectors.


To help you gain the experience you need to secure your first role, we work with over 500 schools and colleges across the London boroughs, Hertfordshire, Essex, Buckinghamshire and Bedfordshire. We’ve been training teachers since the 1950s, so we know how to help you reach your potential.


Primary Education (with QTS) BA Train to teach on a highly regarded course, which includes school placements in reception and in key stages 1 and 2. You’ll develop your professional skills with support from university tutors and mentors in your placement school.


UCAS code X120 Entry requirements 112 UCAS points Full details www.mdx.ac.uk/147


Psychology with Education BSc Build an expert understanding of educational principles underpinned by the theory of human behaviour on this British Psychology Society- accredited course. You’ll have access to the best psychology teaching and research facilities in the UK, including a virtual reality lab with support from our expert staff.


UCAS code C8X3 Entry requirements 112 UCAS points Full details www.mdx.ac.uk/151


Professional Practice Courses Professional Practice (Negotiated specialism) BA/BSc/GradCert.


Full details www.mdx.ac.uk/152


Learning and Teaching BA If you’re currently working in primary or secondary education, this one-year course will develop your knowledge of learning and teaching while you work. The qualification you earn in this course will help you work towards qualified teacher status or another graduate destination.


UCAS code X309 Entry requirements see website Full details www.mdx.ac.uk/149


Learning and Teaching Foundation FdA On this two-year foundation degree, you’ll develop knowledge you can apply to your current work in primary or secondary education. This flexible course is a stepping stone to a full qualification through our one-year Learning and Teaching BA.


UCAS code X31F Entry requirements see website Full details www.mdx.ac.uk/150


Early Childhood Studies BA Explore the needs and experiences of younger children so you can make a difference in a wide variety of careers. You’ll examine education policy development in the UK and have the opportunity to study the national curriculum foundation stage and key stage 1.


UCAS code X310 Entry requirements 96 UCAS points Full details www.mdx.ac.uk/148


Education Studies BA Our general BA helps gives you the right professional skills for a career in a variety of education settings. Learn from supportive and experienced staff and explore how education defines the world in this employment- focused specialist course.


UCAS code X300 Entry requirements 96 UCAS points Full details www.mdx.ac.uk/146


Foundation year in Psychology available — see page 133


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