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Teacher training courses

Choose invaluable work experience with teacher training at Middlesex

Inspire the next generation of children with a degree in Teacher training.

Teacher training at Middlesex

Our Undergraduate and Postgraduate Initial Teacher Training (ITT) courses allow you to develop the experience and skills needed to become an excellent teacher.

Through all of our ITT courses, you will gain the understanding and skills necessary to operate as a critically reflective teacher and to gain Qualified Teacher Status (QTS).

Whether you choose to train as a primary teacher or as a secondary subject teacher, you will combine studying on campus and online, with practical classroom experience at one of our partnered schools in London and the surrounding areas.

We are in the top 250 of Universities worldwide for Education.

THE World University Rankings, 2019

  • Studying Primary Education (with QTS) at Middlesex

    For more than 60 years, we’ve trained thousands of teachers throughout London and beyond. Discover more about our flagship programme and hear from our students and staff as they explain what the course is all above and how it will prepare you for a rewarding career in teaching.

  • Studying PGCE (Primary and Secondary) at Middlesex

    Let us tell you more about our PGCE programme, which will allow you to gain QTS within a year, in either primary or secondary schemes.

Our Teacher Training courses at a glance

Expert teaching staff

Learn from subject specialists and experienced tutors to prepare you for graduation.

Top 250

in the world for Education (Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2019).

Personalised support

Dedicated support through Graduate Academic Assistants, Personal Tutors, and more.
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