Only available as a Combined Degree
Gain a Secondary Education degree from the University of Stirling. We’re 2nd in Scotland and top 10 in the UK for Education Studies (The Guardian University Guide 2020).
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Choose our BA (Hons) / BSc (Hons) Education (Secondary) degree and learn from world-leading academics and outstanding teachers seconded from local schools. This gives you access to cutting-edge practice and research throughout your secondary teaching degree.
Our pioneering approach to professional education gives you time to develop as a secondary school teacher. With our four year teaching degree, you’ll be able to grow in confidence and critically reflect on your skills. The course gives you a more personalised learning experience than the traditional one-year postgraduate route.
You’ll gain a research-informed degree, making you well equipped to enter the world of secondary education from the day you graduate. In the Research Excellence Framework (REF 2014), our Educational research had the highest quality of research outputs of any Scottish university, with 100% rated either world-leading or internationally excellent.
We’re accredited by the General Teaching Council for Scotland (GTCS), which means that you can apply for provisional registration as a secondary teacher as soon as you graduate.
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I am currently teaching history at a secondary school in the Scottish Borders, absolutely loving it....my dream career.
The incredibly enjoyable time I had as a University of Stirling student has made me the confident person I am today.
Read Amy's storyHaving the opportunity to undertake placements in each of my four years of study has been invaluable, allowing me to put learned theory into practice whilst receiving continued support from University staff.