Qualifications needed for a PGCE
You must have a degree in order to be accepted on to a PGCE course, although you may be accepted with a recognised equivalent qualification.
- See http://www.naric.org.uk/ for more details on this.
In addition to this you must also have a grade C at GCSE level mathematics and English language (or equivalent) and if you want to teach at primary level you must also have a GCSE level C in a science subject.
Who will I be qualified to teach?
You can take a PGCE to teach at primary level (up to 14 years old) and you can take a PGCE to teach at secondary level (11-18) years old.
The secondary level PGCEs are also divided up in to subjects, for example mathematics or English.
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What is a PGCE | Qualifications needed | PGCE course duration | PGCE application process | PGCE subjects | PGCE mentors | PGCE masters credits | PGCE course structure | Student loans for PGCE students | PGCE grants and awards | Golden hello
What is a PGCE?
PGCE course duration
PGCE application - how to apply, cost, deadline and dates
PGCE subjects offered
PGCE masters credits
PGCE course structure
Student loans for PGCE students
PGCE grants & awards
PGCE golden hello
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