S.A.M123
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So basically I really want to do teaching in unihowever I applied for a mix of primary education with qts and education studies and I got accepted to a top university to do education studies however I don’t really understand how that will lead me to doing teaching I don’t get the course in general like I read the sites and all can someone please explain this to me and how I’m the course will allow me to go through teaching WITHOUT PGCE
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Simple answer - if you do a degree without QTS, you will then have to do a one year postgraduate PGCE after that to qualify as a teacher.
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I'm a BA Education graduate
Feel free to ask me any questions.
A BSc course will probably have a bit more of a practical research focus than BA, and you may have more modules which focus on psychological aspects of learning than political or social contexts of education.

Read post #2 and #3 of this thread:
https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=4962352

It should answer most of the questions you have right now - if you need anything further, please quote me here and I'll do my best to help
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I do Primary Teaching with QTS and Kingston Uni. Basically, with education studies you would have to do a PGCE after as it doesn't go as "in depth" with the actual teaching side - not as practical. Whereas a teaching course with QTS means you would be able to teach straight away after getting the degree as it lead to the qualification.

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