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I'm stuck as to whether to do my PGCE at Goldsmiths, Institute of Education, or Greenwich? I've secured interviews for all 3 and so far have been offered a place on two. There aren't any proper league tables for it, just for undergrad Education courses, so if anyone has any defining experiences or knowledge they'd like to share to help me decide, I shall be forever grateful!
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Specifically debating over whether to go to IOE or Goldsmith's! Helpp.
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I'd look at campus, modules, staff, ofsted rating... also, if league tables would help, you could check out the good teacher training guide.

Good luck! I was in this position too, choosing between Derby and Nottingham Trent.
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IOE has the better rep I think. Best in europe for educational research in 2008 census. Currently 7th in the world for educational courses.
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Institute education is the best one out the three.
Could you please tell me how the English essay was. What Topix came up or question it will be great help. Thank alot
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Sorry I wanted to ask about the English test for Greenwich pgce. What question came up I know in the past was who is your favorite teacher, name a person you have helped
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(Original post by aysh1992)
I'm stuck as to whether to do my PGCE at Goldsmiths, Institute of Education, or Greenwich? I've secured interviews for all 3 and so far have been offered a place on two. There aren't any proper league tables for it, just for undergrad Education courses, so if anyone has any defining experiences or knowledge they'd like to share to help me decide, I shall be forever grateful!
IoE.
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IOE!!!
I am a student at Goldsmiths. It is very very disorganised.
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As a previous Greenwich student, go anywhere but Greenwich.
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(Original post by aysh1992)
I'm stuck as to whether to do my PGCE at Goldsmiths, Institute of Education, or Greenwich? I've secured interviews for all 3 and so far have been offered a place on two. There aren't any proper league tables for it, just for undergrad Education courses, so if anyone has any defining experiences or knowledge they'd like to share to help me decide, I shall be forever grateful!
Hi I'm in the same situation atm but might want to go for UCL too!! what did you go for in the end?
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