Postgraduate Study

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As a teacher, you will nurture and inspire young people at a critical period of their development and have an impact on their lives.

Studying a Master of Teaching is the first step towards this fulfilling career, and will equip you with the advanced skills, knowledge, and practical experience to become an exceptional teacher.

If you want to make a difference with children aged between 5-11 years, the Master of Teaching (Primary) is for you. As a primary teacher, you will teach across a broad range of subjects including English, Maths, Creative Arts, Science and Technology, and help students learn basic life skills.

If you want to be a role model to young people aged 12-18, the Master of Teaching (Secondary) is where your journey starts.Teach the subjects you are passionate about in depth, and empower your students to become successful adults.

You can complete a Master of Teaching in just 16 months with our Trimester system, and graduate as a highly skilled specialist with a professional teaching accreditation, in-depth expertise, and the skills to inspire students and change lives.

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