Plymouth Marjon University (St Mark & St John): Early Years with Initial Teacher Training
|Institution||Plymouth Marjon University (St Mark & St John) View institution profile|
|Department||Marjon Teacher Education Partnership|
Route one: Postgraduate Diploma in Early Years with EYITT (GEE)
If you are already working in an early years setting, this route will work for you. It is also known as the Graduate Entry Employment-based (GEE) route. Financial support is available to employers to release staff to attend and it is fully funded for students. On completion of this programme many students register for the dissertation stage of our MA Education programme.
Route two: Postgraduate Diploma in Early Years with EYITT (GEM)
Designed for graduates in any discipline, this route is ideal for those who’ve decided to change careers, or new graduates with an interest in early years education. It’s also known as the Graduate Entry Mainstream Route. The course is fully funded by the National College for Teaching & Learning (NCTL) and small bursaries may be available for eligible candidates. It's also known as the Graduate Mainstream Entry (GEM) route.
Postgraduate Diploma - PgDip
|Level||RQF Level 7|
Applicants must have: GCSE English Language, mathematics and science grade C/5 or higher (or an university accepted equivalent); a degree in any discipline; a satisfactory DBS check and on-line health check. For applicants entering the programme through the graduate pathway, they must currently be employed in an early years capacity. All applicants must successfull pass the Professional Skills Tests to be achieved after application but prior to registration on the course.
As part of the admissions procedures, applicants will take part in a selection process designed to assess their suitability to work with young children
Plymouth Marjon University
Plymouth Marjon University
Plymouth Marjon University (St Mark & St John)* sits on a green and spacious campus, with world-class facilities, in a spectacular part of the world. Here, students build strong working relationships with a network of supporters, from their Personal Development Tutor, to their lecturers to the Student Union, and through this supportive community, they achieve more than they ever thought possible.
Marjon offers a wide range of full-time and part-time postgraduate study options tailored towards working professionals. Their support networks are there for postgraduate students, just as much as they are for undergraduates. In fact, 50 ...View Profile
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