This course qualifies you to be a secondary teacher of music in England and Wales.
Music is a universal language. By teaching this subject, you will be responsible for unlocking your pupils’ creativity, as well as developing their love of music and their ability to express themselves.
If you have a first, 2:1, 2:2, or a higher degree, you could be eligible for a bursary to help fund your teacher training. There will, additionally, be an expectation that you will be a confident reader of traditional staff notation
A quality music education will play an important role in young people’s learning, whether they go on to become talented, adept musicians or just gain a deeper understanding of different forms and styles of music.
You can help your pupils develop not only enduring instrumental and composition skills, but passions and interests that will stay with them for the rest of their lives.
The overall proportion of UEL Secondary teacher trainees who are in a teaching post within six months of completing the course is 100 per cent - ahead of the sector average.
There is an expectation that applicants will have a degree in Music or a closely related subject (e.g. Music Technology) and also be able to play a musical instrument with some degree of expertise (in addition to singing).