Mathematics with Secondary Education (QTS) (BSc (Hons))

University of Kent the United Kingdom

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The award
BSc (Hons)

How long you will study
- 3 years

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How you will study
full-time

Course starts
September

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About Mathematics with Secondary Education (QTS) at University of Kent

The Mathematics with Secondary Education (QTS) programme is a three-year programme, leading to an honours degree and a recommendation for Qualified Teacher Status (QTS).

Students are trained to teach mathematics at Key Stages 3, 4 and 5 (11-18 years) while at the same time studying mathematics, with the programme being delivered jointly by the School of Mathematics, Statistics and Actuarial Science at the University of Kent and the Faculty of Education at Canterbury Christ Church University. Students can specialise in mathematics and statistics while developing as creative, reflective and flexible professionals with a deep understanding of learning and teaching.

Fees, administration and applications for this course are handled by Canterbury Christ Church University College and the UCAS institution code is C10 (not the University of Kent's institution code).

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