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Education and Teacher Training

Educating and supporting young people is a truly rewarding career path. At NTU, we’ve been developing teachers and educational professionals for over 60 years – you’ll learn in specially designed teaching rooms that replicate real-life classrooms and gather plenty of hands-on work experience.

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Education and Teacher Training at NTU

From early years through to adult education, our courses span all phases of learning and development.

Whether you’re pursuing a career in education or teaching, you’ll learn at the forefront of your industry with courses designed and delivered by those with first-hand experience in their field.

You’ll be well prepared for the world of work, with placements and work-based opportunities through our extensive network of partner schools and institutions. We offer a number of routes into teaching, which lead to Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) and Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills (QTLS).


of Education students are satisfied with the quality of their course (Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey, 2023)


of Teacher Training students are positive about the teaching on their course (National Student Survey 2023)


of Teacher Training graduates were in work and/or further study 15 months after completing their studies (Graduate Outcomes Survey, 2020/21)


of postgraduate Education graduates were in work and/or further study 15 months after completing their studies (Graduate Outcomes Survey, 2020/21)


for the number of year-long placement undergraduates studying Education and Teaching (HESA, 2022)

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Primary Education student, Hannah, reveals why she's ready to be a teacher now thanks to studying at NTU.

What’s next after your Education and Teacher Training degree?

Our Education and Teacher Training courses are designed to prepare you for your future career - developing the knowledge and skills you’ll need as well as giving you hands-on experience.

Many graduates have gone into successful careers in teaching and non-teaching roles in an educational setting - with 100% of teacher training graduates able to take up teaching positions. There are also posts available in other public sector organisations such as local government, the NHS and the civil service.

After completing an undergraduate degree you may also be interested in further study at postgraduate level. Find details of those courses in the lists above.

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