The Course shall be open to applicants in possession of one of the following qualifications:
(a) a Bachelor degree with at least Second Class Honours in an area of study deemed relevant by the Board or
(b) a Bachelor degree with at least Category IIA and an average grade B in a main area of study deemed relevant by the Board or
(c) a degree from this or another university which the Board considers comparable to the degrees indicated in sub-paragraphs (a) and (b).
Senate, on the advice of the Board, may limit the number of students that may be admitted to the Course. The number of places available shall be announced at the time of the call for applications.
If there are more eligible applicants than the number of places available, applicants shall be selected after an interview by an interviewing board appointed by the Board and which shall be composed of at least three members. Preference shall normally be given to graduates in Education, including those who have obtained the Postgraduate Certificate in Education or those who have furthered their studies at postgraduate level in education.
The interviewing board shall select applicants according to the following criteria, the weighting of which shall be published at the time of the call for applications:
(a) degree type and classification
(b) work experience in the area or a related field
(c) performance during the interview and
(d) professional aptitude and disposition.
Applicants must provide proof of adequate English proficiency to the satisfaction of the Board, as applicable.
Students eligible for registration may be required to follow supplementary study-units laid down by the Board up to a maximum of 10 credits, after taking into consideration the relation of their previous studies to the Course.
The admission requirements are applicable for courses commencing in October
For more detailed information please refer to the bye-laws for the course available here