PGCE Primary (Modern Foreign Languages) (PGCE)

University of Chichester the United Kingdom

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PGCE

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1 year

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full-time

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About PGCE Primary (Modern Foreign Languages) at University of Chichester

We have a long and distinguished history in preparing new teachers for the primary classroom. Since 1839 we have empowered our students to become confident and inspiring teachers. We are committed to supporting each of our students to succeed through high quality training in partnership with local schools.

This full-time, one year course is designed to train you to apply your knowledge flexibly to a variety of contexts and to model good practice while teaching. The Primary Modern Languages route is designed to prepare you to teach across the primary curriculum and develop expertise in teaching and learning modern languages.

The course runs from September to July and you’ll spend the majority of this time (at least 24 weeks) on placement in schools. As part of the course all students will spend time teaching a Modern Language in a partnership school in the UK; there is also the option to teach abroad in Belgium or Tenerife.

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Entry requirements

As a general guide, for postgraduate study you'll need to hold the equivalent of a good honours degree (a 2:1 or 2:2 depending on the course) from a recognised university.

We also accept applications from students who have completed a 'top-up' degree at a UK university. If you hold a UK degree you don't need to provide an IELTS or other English language test certificate.

All students whose first language is not English should have met the minimum English language requirement before commencing your programme. For direct entry to MSc and MA taught programmes you can apply with a IELTS score of 6.5 (Cambridge English Scale score 176 to 184), with no element less than 6.0 (Cambridge English Scale score 169 to 175).

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