Teacher Education in English (Part-Time)
Want to change careers and become a teacher? Or have you been teaching for a while and do you want to cement your skills in a recognised degree? Join adult students from all backgrounds and study part time for your teaching qualification.
Our part-time Teacher Education in English is a four-year programme in an international setting, that has been taught in the English language since 2015. The programme is designed so that you can combine it with your current career, whether that is already within education or in a completely different field. From the first year on, you will have an internship at a Dutch school where you will be functioning as a teacher, depending on your experience. Students who already have a teaching job will use their job as their internship.
Useful to know
|Application Deadline||1 May – students living in the Netherlands (Dutch or Foreign nationality), 1 May (non-EU students) & 1 August (EU students)|
|Location||Padualaan 97 Utrecht|
|Croho-name||B Teacher Education in English|
Time for a career update?
During our programme, you will learn about English literature, teaching methodology, British and American culture, dialectology, linguistics, second language acquisition and language proficiency - together with students from all backgrounds. You will also spend time abroad to improve your English skills.
Share your excitement for English
With your Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) degree, you can work in secondary education, teaching the lower years, and at vocational and language schools. You can also become a freelancer and teach/tutor privately, write course books or exam materials or work in teacher training.
How to apply
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Admission requirements Teacher Education in English
If you are a non-Dutch national, an intake assessment may be part of your admission procedure. You will also be asked to take an English language test.
Does this programme suit you?
You enjoy learning new things and challenging yourself - essential for pursuing a part-time degree.
Feeling for languages
You are curious about languages and cultures and excited to convey this interest to others.
You love to be surrounded by (young) people, and you have the gift of the gab.
"The atmosphere around school is nice and everyone is willing to help you"Shani Sophie Evuort (Austria) Second year student
"I have a wonderful study coach who is always willing to help me and is available at all times."Andrea Laura Romero Oros (Bolivia)
"The Canvas course site supplies all the materials and is a fantastic learning tool"Kevin Grogan (Age 40) First year student