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Study education, and you can truly change the world – one student at a time. Learning and teaching are at the core of human existence. And good teachers are in demand at every level – from pre-school and high school students to corporate trainers and special needs teachers.
Education studies will give you the skills you need to become a good teacher, to pass on your own knowledge and inspire a new generation of learners. A good education degree provides a range of teaching subjects, from practical teaching skills to leadership and psychology.
Your Bachelor of Education can take you around the world, as you encourage others to enjoy your area of expertise. Whether that’s languages, science, arts or creative writing is up to you.
StudyLink offers you choice from over 2,600 Education programs and courses worldwide:
There is a wide choice of education degrees and education courses around the world. You can study a Bachelor of Education, and be qualified to teach children from kindergarten to Year 12 at High School. Or you can specialise – teach special needs children, teach English as a foreign language, teach adults or early childhood education.
Make sure the education studies you take will be recognised in your own country. You may need to take a school placement before your qualify, or a practical assessment of your teaching skills.
Some students take up post-graduate teaching studies after completing their first degree. If you have a Bachelor of Science, for example, a Master of Education will enable you to teach that subject.
Education studies can lead to a rich and rewarding career. Seeing a child learn to add, helping a non-English speaker become fluent, discovering a student’s hidden talents – the role of a teacher in todays society is increasingly important. And an international perspective of education will only make you a better teacher.
We have selected over 2,600 education courses at different levels of cost and reputation for you to apply to online.
*Students with a lower score may still be accepted if they complete an English language course or a foundation year before going on to their chosen degree.
It is increasingly popular to study a joint degree, such as arts/education, education/science or education/business. This adds practical, specialised skills to your teaching studies, or allows you to take on a leadership role in the education sector. Many students also add a language to their education degree, to expand their career and travel opportunities.