Got a Religious Education A-level? You might be eligible to join our Secondary Religious Education PGCE.
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Got a Religious Education A-level?
You might be eligible to join our Secondary Religious Education PGCE.

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There is a huge demand nationally for fresh teaching talent in Religious Education subjects. The majority of local authorities are on the look-out for the next generation of skilled teachers to help alleviate current shortages, so job prospects upon qualifying are extremely high.

You don’t necessarily need to have studied Religious Education as your degree to do a PGCE in this subject – your A-levels may make you eligible to study on the University of Worcester’s high-quality, one-year postgraduate PGCE Secondary Religious Education. To find out if you are eligible, please contact Suzanne Lawson on 01905 54 2600 or email

With a PGCE in Secondary Education from the University of Worcester, your employment prospects are exemplary, with 100% of students who chose to pursue a career in teaching successfully securing a professional post in the last 5 years.

There are also limited places available on our PGCE Primary course.

A bursary may be available for the PGCE - visit the Department for Education website for further information.

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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