The University of Worcester has a long-standing reputation for training excellent, highly employable teachers. Personalised academic and professional tutoring, from a range of experienced tutors and mentors, ensures that you will be supported throughout your course and in transition from trainee to an early career teacher. With extensive research profiles, your learning is shaped by those helping to shape education itself.
You will benefit from our excellent partnerships with schools, in a wide range of locations. With excellent support and dedicated school experience mentors, you will have the opportunity to flourish as an effective teacher.
Our PGCE courses offer Master’s-level credits as well as Qualified Teacher Status, and provide excellent opportunities.
Our primary courses include a high quality tailored programme of training in all National Curriculum subjects, in addition to SEND and RE.
Trainee teachers at secondary level can choose additional enhancement activities in key areas including: Special Educational Needs and Disabilities; English as an Additional Language; PSHE and Citizenship; developing skills in a second subject; preparing to be education leaders; Technology Enhanced Learning; teenage mental health education; education in climate emergency; research in education.
At secondary level we also offer the DfE pre-course Subject Knowledge Enhancement courses in a range of subjects. This will be discussed at interview.
Our inclusive courses attract applicants from a range of career and study backgrounds, including career changers.