When you study with us you'll have access to many study options, including:
Programs leading to teacher registration
- Early childhood
- Primary school
- Middle years
- Secondary school
- Foundation to 12
- Adult and vocational
- Outreach and community
- Options for teaching languages
- Education and Educational Studies
- Outdoor and environmental education
- TESOL, languages and applied linguistics
- Special education
- Educational Leadership and Management
General or specialist studies in education
Our undergraduate teacher education programs prepare teachers for early childhood, primary, secondary, physical and health education contexts. The undergraduate teacher education programs we offer are different on our Bendigo, Melbourne, and Mildura campuses, but we make extensive use of blended learning to bring campuses and students together.
Our postgraduate teacher education programs prepare teachers for primary, secondary, middle years, foundation to 12 and technology contexts. The postgraduate teacher education programs we offer are different on our Albury-Wodonga, Bendigo, Melbourne and Shepparton campuses, but we make extensive use of blended learning to bring campuses together and to overcome distance issues.
We offer five different Masters programs with various options for coursework and research combinations. These programs do not lead to teacher registration. Rather they build on the experiences and expertise of people who have already qualified or worked as teachers. Our Masters programs are available on the Bendigo and Melbourne campuses. We offer both Doctor of Education and Doctor of Philosophy as research programs.