PGCE Geography launched at the University of Worcester: places available
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PGCE Geography launched at the
University of Worcester:
places available

As a student here, you’ll benefit from:

  • Outstanding graduate employment
  • A truly friendly, supportive culture, where every student counts
  • Inspiring tuition
  • A single site in the heart of Worcester
  • Excellent student support
  • £150m investment in our facilities
  • Generous scholarships
  • A beautiful home in historic Worcester

Dear {#First Name#},

We have just launched a PGCE in Geography, with places available for 2015/16. With a direct route in to a highly respected and rewarding career, and bursaries available to support you in your studies, few courses can match the benefits on offer for those who train to teach.

With a high quality PGCE in Geography with Qualified Teacher Status from the University of Worcester, one year’s postgraduate study is all it takes to shape your future.

There is a huge demand nationally for fresh teaching talent, with the majority of local authorities on the look-out for the next generation of skilled teachers to help alleviate current shortages.

With a PGCE in Secondary Education from the University of Worcester, your employment prospects are exemplary, with 100% of students who choose to pursue a career in teaching successfully securing a professional post.

We also have a limited number of spaces on our PGCE Primary course.

PGCE students may be eligible for a bursary. Visit the Department for Education website for further information about bursaries and scholarships.

With a PGCE from the University of Worcester, you can enjoy the best of both worlds: real-world experience, and excellent university-based training from our academic experts. With an engaging range of modules, a rich variety of placement opportunities, and strong employability prospects, the PGCE programme at Worcester is the perfect choice for those looking to help shape the future through a career in teaching.

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Imagine what you could achieve at the University of Worcester

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