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Specialising in Media but it is always linked with English?

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    Hey!

    I am currently just finishing my first year at University; I am studying Media and Cultural Studies.

    Once I have finished my degree (I know it’s only 2 years but I am well aware it will go super fast!), I would like to do a teaching training course.

    My dream is to study Media Studies in secondary schools or colleges.

    The problem is, Any postgraduate teacher training course I look at on the internet puts Media with English!

    I have dyslexia and dyspraxia and there is no way on earth I could teach English but Media is my passion and it’s my dream to become a teacher and teach my passion!

    If anyone has any solutions or ideas, it would be great to read!
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    I just googled 'media pgce' and found these:
    http://www.cssd.ac.uk/study/postgrad...-media-studies
    http://www.canterbury.ac.uk/courses/...tive-media.asp

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