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Postgraduate Teacher Training

Welcome to the Postgraduate Teacher Training Open Day digital guide.

To get the most from this event we recommend watching the course presentation for your subject of interest first.

Our reputation is long-established – we’ve been training teachers and educational professionals for well over 50 years.

Whilst every effort to check the accuracy of video content is made at the time of recording, the most up to date information can be found in on our course web pages.

Getting around

The event will be held in the Teaching and Learning Building.

Clifton Campus open house map

Getting to Clifton Campus

Address: College Dr, Clifton, Nottingham NG11 8NS

Tel: +44 (0)115 941 8418

Things to do while you're here

1. Get to know our Clifton Campus

You’re visiting our Clifton Campus, where your course of interest is taught. Check out your future campus with a student-guided tour. General campus tours run from 9 am 5 pm and take about 45 minutes. Tours leave from the Pavilion building (map ref. P) – you don’t need to book a tour, just head to the meeting point (map ref. T).

2. Get to know your course

You can speak to academic staff and find more information on what it’s like to study your course at NTU. Staff will be based in the Teaching and Learning Building.

3. Student service and support

You can speak to academic staff and find more information on what it’s like to study your course at NTU. See the table above for the location of your subject hub and opportunities to view course facilities.

4. Take a break

Hot and cold drinks, freshly baked pastries, sandwiches, soups, confectionery and snacks will be available to purchase from 9 am to 5 pm at the Barista Coffee Shop in the Pavilion (map ref. P).

Take a virtual tour

Find out more about where you could be studying.

Postgraduate 2022 entry courses

Our courses are designed and delivered by research experts and senior practitioners in the field of education, meaning you’ll learn at the very forefront of your industry. Working with our extensive network of partner schools and institutions – who’ll give you the opportunity to put teaching theory into practice – you’ll be well placed to progress within the sector.

We offer a number of routes into teaching – which lead to Qualified Teacher Status (QTS), and recognition by the Department of Education. Additionally, we offer a number of routes into teaching – which lead to Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills, through the Society for Education and Training. Check out our guide to the various routes into teaching.

If you are interested in our School direct places you can view our list of partners for 2021 entry here.

Watch our course presentation videos