"Our experience in delivering education courses really benefits the future career prospects of our students."
Shirley Allen, Programme Leader
Please note this course is now full, we are no longer accepting applications for September 2016 entry
For those already working within primary and secondary education, our course allows you to study while you work, and focus your learning towards your career ambitions.
Why study BA Learning and Teaching at Middlesex University?
We have been delivering education courses for over 60 years, ensuring that you benefit from the experience and expertise of our staff. This one-year course blends theory with experiential learning in the workplace, and involves one day's attendance on campus while continuing in your educational role.
Our course allows you to develop knowledge, understanding and experience of learning and teaching in different school contexts and gain qualifications that will focus your career towards qualified teacher status (QTS) or other relevant graduate career pathways. It is ideal for those already working in an education support role as a classroom or teaching assistant or as an unqualified teacher.
Upon successful graduation you can apply to an Initial Teacher Training (ITT) programme as a route towards QTS, such as our PGCE (though you are not guaranteed a place)
Our course allows you to study while you work and links experiential learning in the workplace to your studies and coursework
You will study both the wider context of learning and teaching
One day's attendance on campus to enable you to study while you work
Our tutors are active researchers who bring the latest research findings into their teaching: placing you at the cutting-edge of education practice in the UK
What will you study on the BA Learning and Teaching degree at Middlesex University?
The modules focus on related topics such as Contemporary Issues in Learning and Teaching and Professional Practice. You will have the opportunity to undertake a supervised Research Project that is relevant to your work-based context.
Assessment is by continuous submission of coursework, including written assignments, a research project, presentations and portfolios of evidence.
UK/EU and International students are eligible to apply for this course.
Academic credit for previous study or experience
If you have achieved a qualification such as a foundation degree or HND, or have gained credit at another university, you may be able to enter a Middlesex University course in year two or three. For further information please visit our Transfer students page.
If you have relevant work experience, academic credit may be awarded towards your Middlesex University qualification. For further information please visit our Accreditation of Prior Learning page.
International entry requirements
We accept the equivalent of the above qualifications from a recognised overseas qualification. To find out more about the qualifications we accept from your country please visit the relevant Support in your country page.
If you are unsure about the suitability of your qualifications or would like help with your application, please contact your nearest Regional office for support.
Visas and immigration
You will not need a visa to study in the UK if you are a citizen of the European Union, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway or Switzerland. If you are a national of any other country you may need a visa to study in the UK. Please see our Visas and immigration page for further information.
English language requirements for international students
You must have competence in English language to study with us. The most commonly accepted evidence of English language ability is IELTS 6.0 (with minimum 5.5 in all four components). Visit our English language requirements page for a full list of accepted English tests and qualifications. If you don't meet our minimum English language requirements, we offer an intensive Pre-sessional English course.
Interviews, entrance tests, portfolios and auditions
Entry onto this course does not require an interview, entrance test, portfolio or audition.
What are your career options with a degree in Learning and Teaching?
Our course will qualify you to progress to postgraduate study and if you wish to become a qualified teacher, then you can apply for an Initial Teacher Training (ITT) programme as a route to gaining Qualified Teacher Status (QTS), such as the PGCE courses we run (although you are not guaranteed a place). Alternatively, the detailed understanding of learning and teaching that you gain, can further your career within your own school or another organisation.
What support is available?
Our Employability Service can help you to develop your employability skills and get some valuable work experience. We provide workshops, events and one to one support with job hunting, CVs, covering letters, interviews, networking and so on. We also support you in securing part-time work, placements, internships, and volunteering opportunities, and offer an enterprise support service for those looking to start their own business. Find out more here [http://www.mdx.ac.uk/facilities/careers/index.aspx]