UEA PGCE and School Direct Secondary Teacher Training Information Sessions
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Thursday 17 October 2019 open day
Starts at: 18:30
Finishes at: 20:30
UEA, Julian Study Centre Lecture Theatre, Norwich Research Park, Norwich, NR4 7TJ
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Do you want to be a teacher? Find out more about teaching in the Secondary age range (11-16 years) on our University & School Direct PGCE programmes. Subjects offered include English, Geography, History, Modern Foreign Languages, Mathematics, Physical Education, Science (Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Physics with Mathematics). The session will start with a general information talk. You will then have the opportunity to speak directly to subject tutors, current students and newly qualified teachers.
Members of the admissions team will also be available to offer advice on all admissions related questions, including degree subject requirements, GCSE and A level grade requirements, how to gain school experience, fees, funding and bursary information.
For further information please contact the PGCE Admissions Team on 01603 592855 / 01603 592805 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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