The entry requirements for this course are a degree from a UK Higher Education Institution, or degree of an equivalent standard from an institution outside the UK. The degree should be in the subject to be taught and contain at least two graduating courses (80 credits) in the relevant subject. A minimum of 40 credits should be from Year 2 of study.
Ordinary Degrees are also acceptable.
We also require SQA Higher English at Grade C or equivalent as well as a SQA National 5 Mathematics or SQA National 5 Applications of Mathematics at grade C or equivalent.
Subject Specific Guidance for Mathematics
Most Mathematics-based courses and many Engineering degrees meet the requirements for PGDE Entry in Mathematics.
Accountancy and/or Finance Economics are usually NOT acceptable if Mathematics is not explicitly studied as a distinct course within the degree programme.
Months of entry
Think differently about teaching and stand in the classroom confident, experienced and equipped from day one.
If you want to make a career teaching Maths in secondary schools, this course is for you. Now is your opportunity to inspire young people with your enthusiasm and love of the subject.
This new course is designed to blend knowledge, research and the experiences of successful teachers. This approach will help you grow your motivation, confidence and creativity to help you succeed in the classroom.
We will also explore different teaching approaches and methodologies including interdisciplinary learning classroom research, and using technology for assessment and reflection. As a result, you will work not just with university tutors, but also the wider educational community and experts who will give you holistic advice and support on many issues affecting young people and school communities.
Fees and funding
Visit Edinburgh Napier's website for details of course fees. We have a number of bursaries and scholarships available to our students.
Qualification, course duration and attendance options
- full time12 months
- Campus-based learningis available for this qualification
Course contact details
- Admissions and Enquiries
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