University College Birmingham

University College Birmingham

Teaching In Primary Schools Undergraduate Degrees (1 result)

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Primary Education Studies (Accelerated) BA (Hons)

X Legacy: School Of Education, Health And Community - Ba/Bsc

2 years full time

X200 UCAS code
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Sohnia
25 Nov 19

University College Birmingham

PGCE Primary Education QTS (Qualified Teacher Status)

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I love the food, the atmosphere and the course. Everyone is very friendly and the staff want students to succeed which is evident...

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Mohena
23 Mar 22

University College Birmingham

Primary Education Studies (Accelerated) BA (Hons)

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The 1 to 1 support from teachers. More societies to cater towards different groups of people e.g. religion, culture etc.