PGCE Secondary Mathematics with Economics / Overview
Year of entry: 2021
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- Degree awarded
- Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE)
- 1 year
- Entry requirements
- Minimum 2:2 honours degree or above in mathematics or some other subjects with a 50% mathematics component (such as some engineering or physics).
- Applicants who do not have a substantial amount (50% minimum) of mathematics in their degree may be eligible for a Subject Knowledge Enhancement course provided they have either an A level in mathematics at grade B or above.
- A grade B in economics (applicants who have a C grade at A level in economics may be considered dependent on the weight of any economics component in their degree course)
- Minimum grade C or 4 at GCSE (or equivalent) in English language and mathematics.
- How to apply
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- Become an outstanding secondary school Mathematics with Economics teacher with Qualified Teacher Status (QTS).
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- Enjoy extensive periods of classroom experience supported by outstanding tutors and mentors.
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