£7,570 per annum
Oxford Brookes University
This is a full-time equivalent programme, the expected attendance for teaching and assessment in college is one day a week, however students will be expected to carry out work and assessment preparation in their own time.
The course material helps learners develop a broad understanding of Early Years Care and Educational in a variety of contexts and prepares them for management and leadership roles. A research project, which forms part of the course, helps students develop their research and project management skills. On Admission, learners are asked to identify and agree a suitable work-based learning environment with their tutor, where they will perform the work-based research.
Typically, applicants must have:
Applicants should have at least two years’ experience of working or volunteering in an educational setting prior to commencing the course.
Early Years Teacher Status (EYTS) for students working with Foundation Stage children aged 0-5. The BA (Hons) Early Years does not in itself deliver the EYT Status. However, a progression for EYTS validation is organised with a separate provider, and students who have achieved the degree will be eligible to enlist on one of the shorter validation pathways. Students interested in the EYTS should note that they will need GCSE (or equivalent) English, Maths and Science at grades A-C/9-4. PGCE (Post Graduate Certificate in Education) for students wishing to continue to teacher training, please note that GCSE (or equivalent) English, Maths and Science at grades A-C/9-4 are required.
Tuition fees for 2020 entry: £7,570 per annum.
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