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    Hi I am planning to do a PGCE secondary maths next year. Can you tell me which is the best route for an international applicant, a school led salaried route or a university led course?
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    I'm afraid I can't advise you, sorry... but I can tell you that I am also planning to apply for PGDE Maths 2017 so maybe I might see you around?


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    Maybe I might... How's a PGDE different from PGCE?


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    PGDE courses lead to a Postgraduate Diploma in Education and tend to have more opportunities to gain masters credits through assignments than PGCE courses (PGDEs typically offer 120 credits whereas PGCEs usually offer 60) but otherwise there is very little difference.
 
 
 
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