Did you know?

We know that making decisions about where to study can be daunting, so here's some key facts about BA(Hons) Primary Education with QTS so you can feel reassured about your choices.


You'll be employable

With high demand for teachers, successful completion of this course will set you up for your career. According to the latest Destination of Leavers of Higher Education (DLHE) survey (2014/15), 99.3 per cent of students who graduated from this course in 2015 were employed or engaged in further study within six months.

The rewards of teaching


You'll get opportunities to study abroad

As well as placement in UK schools, if you're looking to specialised in modern foreign languages, you will also have the opportunity to do international placements in countries such as Spain, France and Germany, to see what Primary Education is like in another country. 

More about study abroad


You'll put learning into practice 

In your first and second year you will spend one day per week in school for one term to allow you to make links with your observations in school and the teaching you get at  University. There are also a number of block placements in school where you will begin to lead the learning for a class. You'll also have the opportunity to undertake a special school placement in your second year.


We're a leading provider of teacher training

We have an enviable reputation as a leading provider of education and teacher training and are recognised for the quality of our provision and ranked by Ofsted as ‘Good’. We also provide all the teaching for students on the Teach First programme and not just for the West Midlands - we've also got the East Midlands covered!


You'll be taught by dedicated, friendly staff

Did you know that 94 per cent of our final-year students agreed that our staff  are good at explaining things (2016 National Student Survey).

Meet your course director


You can shape the course to your interests 

You’ll have the option to focus on a phase of education (3-7 years or 5-11 years) as well as being able to specialise in a variety of curriculum areas, from English to Science to Special Educational Needs, depending on your interests and career aspirations.