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  • Curtin University

    Work towards your future in secondary teaching

    Study 4 core subjects in teaching young people—and get entry and credit in Curtin’s Bachelor Degree. Topics include adolescent development, tech in the classroom, and literacy. Start thinking about your career as a high school teacher.

  • Curtin University

    Specialist English language TESOL teachers are in demand worldwide

    Add TESOL to your resume to find career opportunities in specialist language centres in Australia and overseas. Gain an appreciation of the value of cultural and linguistic diversity and its place in teaching.

  • Charles Sturt University

    CSU-SEC-DEG | Undergraduate

    Teach and support high school students

    Stack this teaching qualification with your current degree to become a high school teacher. You’ll study core education subjects. Explore curriculum and the classroom environment. Specialisations include drama, maths, and teacher librarianship.

  • Curtin University

    Master the art of teaching children

    Master advanced critical skills for teaching the needs of 21st century learners. Consider culture and diversity and draw on theory and research. Learn to lead and practice professionally in schools. Manage early childhood education and care centres.

  • Swinburne University of Technology

    An accredited and accelerated teaching course

    Add this teaching qualification to your prior studies and experience–and become an early childhood or kindergarten teacher. Take part in professional placements in settings with children aged 0-5 years. You’ll explore how they learn and play.

  • La Trobe University

    LAT-ECE-DEG | Undergraduate

    Formalise and build on your early childhood education experience

    This degree offers a recognised pathway to qualified work in the kindergarten. Get up to speed with the current theory and technology for teaching early years. And through work-based learning, bring it all together in your classroom placements.

  • Griffith University

    Bring inclusion to education and support all students

    Advance your professional career to senior leadership positions in special and inclusive education. Look to work as an inclusion teacher, support teacher or special education teacher working in a range of educational settings.

  • Curtin University

    Lead your class in a love of literature

    Boasting a new course structure, this degree promises to hone your skills as a literacy leader. Gain the skills needed to teach English in Years 7-12 with new subjects and a chance to take on professional experience subjects throughout your degree.  

  • Griffith University

    Combine work and play in early childhood teaching

    Learn to teach children in early childhood settings, like schools, kindergartens and long day cares. Designed to let qualified registered teachers specialise in teaching these formative years, this is a great way to enhance your degree.

  • Edith Cowan University

    Become a professional educator in early learning environments

    Meet children’s educational needs in kinder, pre-primary school, and childcare settings. This nationally accredited teaching degree includes the opportunity to pick up a specialisation during Year 4, including Catholic Studies and Special Education.