Education, Teaching and Learning in Practice - Foundation Degree Foundation Degree

Newman University, Birmingham

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Course info

UCAS CODE X390
Research has shown that teaching and learning support assistants are an essential part of the effective education of children in schools. This Foundation Degree course is intended for those who are currently employed or volunteering in a support capacity within a primary or secondary school and it has been designed to build on and acknowledge your existing professional skills. It also aims to improve the confidence and effectiveness which you bring to your work, and prepare the ground for ... READ MORE

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Full time | Newman University | 2 Years | 18-SEP-23

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Uni rankings

WUSCA student ranking
39th / 95
CUG ranking
122nd

Start date and duration

Start date
18-SEP-23
Full Time
2 Years

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Education

Top 5 A-levels taken by students who study this subject at uni
Religious Studies & Theology
29%
Sociology
25%
Psychology
18%
English Language & Literature
17%
English Literature
17%

Tuition fees

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Students from Domestic
Students from Other UK
£9,250 per year
Students from England Students from England
£9,250 per year
Students from Scotland Students from Scotland
£9,250 per year
Students from Wales Students from Wales
£9,250 per year
Students from Northern Ireland Students from Northern Ireland
£9,250 per year
Students from Channel Islands
Students from EU EU Students
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27 May 21

Education, Teaching and Learning in Practice - Foundation Degree Foundation Degree

This year has been a difficult year to say the least. The transition to online learning was made easy by the university...
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26 Oct 18

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Newman University, Birmingham
CUG ranking
122nd
Student rating
This is the overall rating calculated by averaging all live reviews for this uni on Whatuni.
( 4.1)
Founded in 1968, Newman University is a community-focused institution based in Bartley Green, Birmingham. It has built strong partnerships with many local businesses, charities and schools, making it an ideal choice for students wishing to gain practical experience during their degree. Newman University offers foundation degrees alongside undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in a tranquil environment overlooking Bartley reservoir, outside Birmingham city centre. The small class sizes mean lecturers have plenty of time for every student, and help to build a friendly, community feel that garners positive reviews from both current and former students. The majority of students are school leavers, though mature students are also well-represented, with a number of degrees offered on both a full-time and part-time basis.

Where you'll study

Newman University, Birmingham

Genners Lane Bartley Green Birmingham
B32 3NT United Kingdom Nearest train station: Northfield  1.4 miles away

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