The School of Education are committed to transforming lives through education and have strong links to hundreds of organisations, including nursery, primary and secondary schools, giving students plenty of opportunities to gain practical experience and tackle professional challenges head on. As a result, graduates go on to successful careers and have a huge impact on the lives of thousands of learners.
Our innovative courses reflect the social, political and technological changes taking place in the field of education, and you’ll benefit from our expertise which spans curriculum development, educational assessment, early childhood education, STEM education, and higher education teaching.
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Completion of high school education
First Year Integrated University Studies
Second Year University Studies
Final Year Degree and Graduation
BA (Hons) Early Childhood Education
If you want to truly make a difference to young children, future generations and transform communities in a very rewarding field then the BA (Hons) Early Childhood Education programme is a course you would want to pursue.
Stage 1: Two semesters
Stage 2: Two semesters
For two semesters
Stage 1: September and January
Stage 2: September
Stage 1: University Foundation
- Interactive Learning Skills and Communication (ILSC)
- Principles of ICT
- Mathematics 1
- Biology A
- Business Studies
- Introduction to Mass Communications
- People & Society
Progression rule to Stage 2
Minimum 50% pass mark in all modules with minimum 85% attendance required across all modules.
Stage 2: First Year Degree in Education
HIC provide subject specialist skill progression classes during integrated first year degree
Progression rule to Stage 3
Minimum 40% pass mark all modules with minimum 85% attendance required.
Students need to pass all modules to progress. All students study 4 modules worth 30 credits each, totalling 120 credits
Employment & career options
Previous graduates have gone on to work in a variety of roles and sectors from teaching assistants to Postgraduate study to Social Services.