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Good afternoon all,

I am looking for some advice/pointers in regards to a potential career change and method of study..

I have recently decided I would like to get into teaching/education and am exploring whether or not to study at Leeds Trinity and All Saints or take the Open University route..I must confess I find myself lost in it all.
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Specifically, what do you want advice on?
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Specifically, what do you want advice on?
On which route is best, how do schools perceive the Open University route if someone is educated by that method?
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I did a 30 credit OU course before going to university on a foundation degree programme.

Depending on your qualifications you could do a foundation year before doing a 3 year bachelors degree?

The OU was great but I wanted to be in full-time education so I could dedicate myself to my studies. Studying and working (and the prospect of a 7+ year degree) was daunting!
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