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siobhany
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Hi everyone,

I heard today that the primary education degree is only suitable for being taught in Scotland, and nowhere else in the UK?
Is this true?

Thanks everyone x
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(Original post by siobhany)
Hi everyone,

I heard today that the primary education degree is only suitable for being taught in Scotland, and nowhere else in the UK?
Is this true?

Thanks everyone x
Yes Scotland, Wales, England and Ireland all have different education systems!
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is that the PGCE course?
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is that the PGCE course?
I wouldn't have thought so since that is a Postgraduate Certificate in Education so you would do it after your degree.
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I wouldn't have thought so since that is a Postgraduate Certificate in Education so you would do it after your degree.
yeah you do something else for 3 years then pgce for 1 year.
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