Entry requirements

To be employed as a Primary, Secondary or Sixth Form teacher and have an undergraduate Education degree (and no level 7 credits).

Direct entry onto Part 2 of the course will require 60 level 7 credits from a teaching qualification i.e. home PGCE or iPGCE achieved in the last five years. Part 1 of the course is not intended for students who already hold a PGCE.

Months of entry

September

Course content

At Manchester Met, we understand that while learning to teach is exciting and fulfilling, it can also be challenging. That’s why we’ve worked with our extensive school partnership network to develop an advanced degree which is explicitly designed to meet the needs of early career teachers.

Our aim is to support you on your teaching journey, from when you first enter the classroom and throughout the early stages of your career. You’ll use the latest research to inform teaching methods and identify key areas for development.

This course has been co-designed with leading practitioners in our region. We’ve consulted widely with recently qualified teachers, school leaders and induction supporters to develop a distinctive course that is academically rewarding and professionally relevant.

This course is taught via blended learning and will travel with you as your career progresses. You’ll participate in weekly online learning activities, connect with peers, engage with pedagogical research, and design your own enquiries. Each unit also provides an opportunity to participate in a minimum of two Saturday schools.

Throughout the course, you’ll experience individual, group and peer encouragement. You’ll be part of a community of early career teachers embarking together on masters-level study and be supported by an experienced mentor who understands the needs of busy teaching professionals.

Qualification, course duration and attendance options

  • MTeach
    part time
    36 months
    • Campus-based learningis available for this qualification
  • Further details of qualification

    Our course is split into three parts. The Master of Teaching Part 1 is 60 credits at level 7 for students with no prior PG credits, i.e. entering the course with BA/BSc/BEd and QTS (including those employed in the independent sector without QTS). This will facilitate both newly qualified graduates and those in employment as a teacher to progress onto the core units of the MTeach. There are three core units within Part 2 and 3. 2 years part-time (Part 2 and 3) 3 years part-time (Part 1, 2 and 3)

Course contact details

Name
Course Enquiries Team
Email
courses@mmu.ac.uk
Phone
+44 (0)161 247 6969