Cardiff School of Education…an Educational Centre of excellence
The School is divided into three departments – together, these departments offer a wide range of programmes for both undergraduate and postgraduate students.
Department for Professional Development
BA (Hons) Youth and Community Education
This programme is aimed at anyone who wishes to work with young people and communities in a professional capacity.
MA / Post Graduate Diploma in Youth and Community Education
The Post Graduate Diploma caters primarily for graduates who are engaged as practitioners but who have no professional qualification in youth and community work.
Post Graduate CPD Framework in Education
The programme team aims to play a key role in supporting the continuing professional development of teacher and education professional.
For further programme information please view on line at uwic.ac.uk/cpd
or email us at email@example.com
Teacher Training in Post Compulsory
Education and Training (PCET)
This programme is designed for those interested in pursuing a career in teaching in post compulsory education or training or those wishing to refine, or further develop, existing training skills.
For further programme information please view on line at uwic.ac.uk/pcet
or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Department for Humanities
This vibrant department is situated in Europe’s youngest capital city.
Offering a stimulating mix of programmes and subject areas at undergraduate and postgraduate level, we also pride ourselves in putting your experience at the heart of our practice.
Central to what we do is your employability and career development.
We recognise the importance of knowing that your degree is helping you build skills and abilities that are really valued by employers, so we work closely with external partners, schools and organisations to ensure that you can meet the demanding requirements of today’s workplace.
UWIC welcomes mature learners, and offer flexible learning arrangements for part-time learners. Current Humanities programmes are:
BA (Hons) English and Contemporary Media
BA (Hons) English and Drama
BA (Hons) English and Creative Writing
BA (Hons) Educational Studies and English
BA (Hons) Educational Studies and Early Childhood Studies
BA (Hons) Educational Studies and Psychology
BA (Hons) Educational Studies and Sport & Physical Activity
BA (Hons) Educational Studies and Welsh
MA/PgDip/PgCert English and Creative Writing*
MA/PgDip/PgCert Creative Writing*
MPhil / PhD in English or Creative Writing*
*Attendance at the MA programmes can be full time (one year) or part
time (two years). All taught sessions run from 5pm.
Department for Teacher Education and Training
The Department is recognised as being amongst the largest centres of teacher education and training in the country. The Department has been particularly successful in developing quality partnership arrangements with over 130 secondary schools (13 Welsh medium) and 300 primary schools (47 Welsh medium) throughout South Wales; it has partnership schools in Switzerland, Belgium and Portugal. The department also has strong links with Teachers’ Continuing Professional Development (CPD). Our staff are enthusiastic and dedicated to creating rich and diverse learning opportunities within the programmes.
All programmes include recommendations for
Qualified Teacher Status (QTS)
BA (Hons) Secondary Education Welsh – new students receive a
bursary for £1200 in the first year UCAS code: XQ3M
BA (Hons) Secondary Education Music – new students receive a
bursary for £1200 in the first year UCAS code: XW33
Post Graduate Certificate in Education (Primary)
Post Graduate Certificate in Education (Secondary)
in the following subjects: Art & Design; Design & Technology, Drama, English, History, ICT, Mathematics, Modern Foreign Languages, Music, Welsh, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Physical Education.
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