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Brunel University London PGCE open evening

14 April 2016 at 17:00 to 14 April 2016 at 19:00 in Uxbridge at the Brunel University London

Event info:

Study with us and find out why Ofsted have awarded us ‘Outstanding’ in all areas for both our primary and secondary provision.

Drop in to our informal open evening and talk to our education staff about taking your first steps towards becoming a teacher. We’ll be on hand to meet you on a one-to-one basis so you can find out all you need to know about our PGCE courses, including:

  • how the course is structured
  • entry requirements
  • skills tests
  • bursaries and funding
  • student loans

Our PGCE courses include primary education and secondary education over a range of subjects.

To book your place at our event, register now.

We’re really looking forward to meeting you – don’t worry if you can’t attend, you can find out more about our courses on our website.

Venue information:

Brunel University London, Kingston Lane, Uxbridge, UB8 3PH

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Additional information:

Target audience:

Final-year undergraduates predicted to achieve a 2:2 or above, recent graduates, Master’s students, or professionals looking for a career change.

Organiser:

Brunel University London

Contact email:

helen.stevenson@brunel.ac.uk

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