In order to enhance your career prospects we have pathways within the programme which enable you to improve your presentation skills, your abilities to communicate verbally and in writing, your abilities to work within a group and as part of team, your organisational and time management skills and your abilities to present a logical and coherent argument.
We therefore provide you with the generic skills needed for employment by enabling you to follow a particular personal development pathway. In addition, we also develop your knowledge and skills for employment in education by the choice of subjects you may study and the excellent teaching and learning experience we provide. So that when you graduate you may either gain employment as a teacher, after having completed a one-year PGCE, or another profession within education.
Besides teaching, a substantial number of students go on to gain employment as learning mentors, social or community workers, youth workers, educational administrators and education welfare officers. Recent graduates have also gone on to work in the education departments in museums, galleries and theatres; early years settings; education publishing; education research departments and local education authorities. Besides gaining employment, our students have completed Masters courses in, for instance, special and inclusive education, counselling, philosophy or educational psychology.