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Master of Teaching (Secondary)

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Guide to entry thresholds

Selection
rank
93

Admission to the course for domestic students is based on prior study requirements in addition to a rank. Please refer to Entry Requirements.

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Campus
Kelvin Grove
Campus
Kelvin Grove
Duration
2 years full-time
4 years part-time
2 years full-time
Delivery
On-campus or external
Entry
February
February
QTAC code
424401 Internal; 424405 External
CRICOS
084583K

These thresholds are the lowest adjusted scores to which QUT made an offer in Semester 1, 2019.

 

Highlights

  • Prepares you to become a teacher if you already have a degree in a field other than education.
  • Engage in up-to-date and relevant learning experiences designed to prepare you for your new career
  • Undertake professional experience placements in schools to prepare you to become a teacher.

Highlights

  • Prepares you to become a teacher if you already have a degree in a field other than education.
  • Engage in up-to-date and relevant learning experiences designed to prepare you for your new career
  • Undertake professional experience placements in schools to prepare you to become a teacher.

Why choose this course?

The Master of Teaching (Secondary) can transform your prior studies and experience into a teaching qualification. If you have a bachelor degree in a field other than education this course can offer a pathway to a rewarding career in teaching. Bring your passion for knowledge and your work and life experience to the teaching profession.

Real-world learning

Professional experience placements will give you the opportunity to work in real school classrooms.

What to expect

At QUT, you’ll learn to be an agile and innovative teacher for the classrooms of the 21st century. Curriculum studies will prepare you to use your existing knowledge to develop and plan effective teaching strategies to respond to the diverse needs of your students. Key capabilities in classroom and behaviour management will be developed before you undertake your first professional experience in a school setting. You will engage in up-to-date and relevant learning experiences designed to prepare you for your new career. You will have opportunities to develop and reflect on your own professional identity and explore the range of possible career directions available to you.

Teaching areas available are:

  • dance education
  • drama education
  • English education
  • film and media education
  • mathematics education
  • middle years music education
  • music (secondary) education
  • science education (biology)
  • science education (chemistry)
  • science education (earth and environmental science)
  • science education (psychology) *
  • science education (physics)
  • social education (geography) ^
  • social education (history)
  • visual arts education

* subject to approval

^ available as a second teaching area only

Flexible delivery

Choose the part-time or full-time course to suit your circumstances and lifestyle. You can study on campus or online, depending on your preferred learning style.

Evening classes may be available for some units.

Real-world facilities

Experience the new Education Precinct at the heart of Kelvin Grove campus. With five levels dedicated to world-class teaching, you’ll have access to imaginatively designed face-to-face and online interactive learning spaces. A centrepiece of the Precinct is the Sphere, a digital LED globe suspended over two floors with a changing menu of innovative visual content.

To prepare you to be an inspiring, innovative and confident teacher for the future, you’ll be able to experiment and innovate in preparation for professional experiences in schools. The spaces facilitate just the right balance of collaborative learning, interaction and quiet individual research.

Our expert teaching staff will inspire you to push boundaries, be curious and innovate. Qualities you will in turn foster in the students you teach.

Career outcomes

Career outcomes

As a secondary specialist, you will be prepared to teach in schools with your career guided by, but not limited to, your two teaching areas. Your qualification can also allow you to work in other locations in Australia and overseas.

Professional recognition

This course meets professional teaching standards for the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership and Queensland College of Teachers. Graduates are eligible to apply for teacher registration.

Early exit

If you decide you do not wish to complete a course that leads to teacher registration you can consider an option to exit with a Graduate Diploma in Educational Studies as an alternative education qualification.

Possible careers

  • Secondary School Teacher

Requirements

Rank 93
Admission to the course for domestic students is based on prior study requirements in addition to a rank. Please refer to Entry Requirements.
Additional entry requirements
Yes
Additional entry requirements
Yes

These thresholds are the lowest adjusted scores to which QUT made an offer in Semester 1, 2019.

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Course code
EU50
QTAC code
424401 Internal; 424405 External
CRICOS code
084583K
Delivery
  • On-campus or external
Campus
  • Kelvin Grove
Campus
  • Kelvin Grove
Duration
2 years full-time
4 years part-time
Duration
2 years full-time
Entry
February
Entry
February
Deferment

You can't defer your offer in this course. You must start in the semester you apply for.

Academic entry requirements

A completed recognised minimum three year bachelor degree (or equivalent) not in education or in a course leading to teacher registration.

Your first teaching area also has prerequisites that must be met.

Additional entry requirements

You must must demonstrate possession of key competencies outlined by the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL) as those attributes and motivations common to effective teachers.

You must complete an online questionnaire to demonstrate your motivation for and understanding of the course and profession. Details are available from the QTAC initial teacher education webpage.

Prerequisites: first teaching area

For the first teaching area at least three quarters of a year (6 QUT units) of successful full-time higher education study completed in a major area or equivalent. Completed study can be from different courses at bachelor degree level or higher.

Refer to the teaching areas below for detailed information for first teaching area prerequisites.

Assumed knowledge: second teaching area

For the second teaching area at least half a year (4 QUT units) of successful full-time higher education study in a minor area or equivalent. Completed study can be from different courses at bachelor degree level or higher.

You must nominate your second teaching area on enrolment.

Your first and second teaching areas must be different.

Teaching areas

  • Dance Education
  • Drama Education
  • English Education
  • Film and Media Education
  • Mathematics Education
  • Middle Years Music Education
  • Secondary Music Education
  • Science Education (Biology)
  • Science Education (Chemistry)
  • Science Education (Earth and Environmental Science)
  • Science Education (Physics)
  • Social Science Education (History)
  • Visual Arts Education.

First teaching area prerequisites

Dance education

Either

  • completion of at least three quarters of a year of full-time, tertiary-level study (6 QUT units) in dance with a minimum of both:
    • one eighth of a year (1 QUT unit) in dance theory
    • one eighth of a year (1 QUT unit) in dance practice.
  • one of the following completed courses:
    • QUT Bachelor of Fine Arts (Dance) or equivalent
    • QUT Bachelor of Fine Arts (Dance Performance) or equivalent.

Drama education

Either

  • completion of at least three quarters of a year of full-time, tertiary-level study (6 QUT units) in drama with a minimum of both:
    • one eighth of a year (1 QUT unit) in drama theory
    • one eighth of a year (1 QUT unit) in drama practice.
  • one of the following completed courses:
    • QUT Bachelor of Fine Arts (Drama) or equivalent
    • QUT Bachelor of Fine Arts (Acting) or equivalent.

English education

Completion of at least three quarters of a year of full-time, tertiary-level study (6 QUT units) in English (communication, grammar, linguistics, literature), cultural studies, and/or film and media studies.

Film and media education

Either

  • completion of at least three quarters of a year of full-time, tertiary-level study (6 QUT units) in film and media with a minimum of both:
    • one eighth of a year (1 QUT unit) in film and media theory
    • one eighth of a year (1 QUT unit) in film and media production.
  • a completed QUT Bachelor of Fine Arts (Film, TV and New Media Production), QUT Bachelor of Fine Arts (Film, Screen and New Media) or equivalent.

Mathematics education

Either

  • completion of at least three quarters of a year of full-time, tertiary-level study (6 QUT units) in mathematics
  • a completed recognised bachelor degree in:
    • engineering
    • mathematics
    • physics

Music education (middle years and secondary)

Either

  • completion of at least three quarters of a year of full-time, tertiary-level study (6 QUT units) in music
  • a completed recognised bachelor degree in music.

Science education (biology)

Either

  • completion of at least three quarters of a year of full-time, tertiary-level study (6 QUT units) covering either:
    • animal and/or human biology
    • plant biology, and animal and/or human biology.
  • a completed recognised bachelor degree in:
    • human movement
    • medicine
    • nursing
    • nutrition
    • optometry
    • paramedicine
    • pharmacy
    • physiotherapy
    • podiatry
    • veterinary science.

Science education (chemistry)

Either

  • completion of at least three quarters of a year of full-time, tertiary-level study (6 QUT units) in chemistry, preferably in:
    • physical chemistry
    • inorganic chemistry
    • bio-organic chemistry
    • analytical and environmental chemistry.
  • a completed recognised bachelor degree in:
    • biochemistry
    • biomedicine
    • chemical engineering
    • forensics
    • medical science
    • pharmacy.

Science education (earth and environmental science)

Either

  • completion of at least three quarters of a year of full-time, tertiary-level study (6 QUT units) in earth science. This can include up to one quarter of a year of study (2 QUT units) in physical geography, and must include a minimum of:
    • one eighth of a year (1 QUT unit) in environmental science/engineering
    • one eighth of a year (1 QUT unit) in geology
    • one eighth of a year (1 QUT unit) in geoscience and ecology.
  • a completed recognised bachelor degree in:
    • earth science
    • environmental science
    • landscape architecture.

Science education (physics)

Either

  • completion of at least three quarters of a year of full-time, tertiary-level study (6 QUT units) in physics and mathematics, with a minimum of half a year (4 QUT units) in physics
  • a completed recognised bachelor degree in:
    • engineering
    • geophysics
    • medical physics.

Social education (history)

Completion of at least three quarters of a year of full-time, tertiary-level study (6 QUT units) in history.

Visual arts education

Either

  • completion of at least three quarters of a year of full-time, tertiary-level study (6 QUT units) in visual arts with a minimum of both:
    • one eighth of a year (1 QUT unit) in history or theory
    • one eighth of a year (1 QUT unit) in studio practice.
  • a completed QUT Bachelor of Fine Arts (Visual Arts) or equivalent.

Second teaching area assumed knowledge

Dance education

Either:

  • completion of at least half of a year of full-time, tertiary-level study (4 QUT units) in dance with a minimum of both:
    • one eighth of a year (1 QUT unit) in dance theory
    • one eighth of a year (1 QUT unit) in dance practice.
  • one of the following completed courses:
    • QUT Bachelor of Fine Arts (Dance) or equivalent
    • QUT Bachelor of Fine Arts (Dance Performance) or equivalent.

Drama education

Either:

  • completion of at least half a year of full-time, tertiary-level study (4 QUT units) in drama with a minimum of both:
    • one eighth of a year (1 QUT unit) in drama theory
    • one eighth of a year (1 QUT unit) in drama practice.
  • one of the following completed courses:
    • QUT Bachelor of Fine Arts (Drama) or equivalent
    • QUT Bachelor of Fine Arts (Acting) or equivalent.

English education

Completion of at least half a year of full-time, tertiary-level study (4 QUT units) in English (communication, grammar, linguistics, literature), cultural studies, and/or film and media studies.

Film and media education

Either:

  • completion of at least half a year of full-time, tertiary-level study (4 QUT units) in film and media with a minimum of both:
    • one eighth of a year (1 QUT unit) in film and media theory
    • one eighth of a year (1 QUT unit) in film and media production.
  • a completed QUT Bachelor of Fine Arts (Film, TV and New Media Production), QUT Bachelor of Fine Arts (Film, Screen and New Media) or equivalent.

Mathematics education

Either:

  • completion of at least half a year of full-time, tertiary-level study (4 QUT units) in mathematics
  • a completed recognised bachelor degree in:
    • engineering
    • mathematics
    • physics

Music education (middle years and secondary)

Either:

  • completion of at least half a year of full-time, tertiary-level study (4 QUT units) in music
  • a completed recognised bachelor degree in music.

Science education (biology)

Either:

  • completion of at least half a year of full-time, tertiary-level study (4 QUT units) covering either:
    • animal and/or human biology
    • plant biology, and animal and/or human biology.
  • a completed recognised bachelor degree in:
    • human movement
    • medicine
    • nursing
    • nutrition
    • optometry
    • paramedicine
    • pharmacy
    • physiotherapy
    • podiatry
    • veterinary science.

Science education (chemistry)

Either:

  • completion of at least half a year of full-time, tertiary-level study (4 QUT units) in chemistry, preferably in:
    • physical chemistry
    • inorganic chemistry
    • bio-organic chemistry
    • analytical and environmental chemistry.
  • a completed recognised bachelor degree in:
    • biochemistry
    • biomedicine
    • chemical engineering
    • forensics
    • medical science
    • pharmacy.

Science education (earth and environmental science)

Either:

  • completion of at least half a year of full-time, tertiary-level study (4 QUT units) in earth science. This can include up to one eighth of a year of study (1 QUT unit) in physical geography, and must include a minimum of:
    • one eighth of a year (1 QUT unit) in environmental science/engineering
    • one eighth of a year (1 QUT unit) in geology
    • one eighth of a year (1 QUT unit) in geoscience and ecology.
  • a completed recognised bachelor degree in:
    • earth science
    • environmental science
    • landscape architecture.

Science education (physics)

Either:

  • completion of at least half a year of full-time, tertiary-level study (4 QUT units) in physics and mathematics, with a minimum of three eighths of a year (3 QUT units) in physics
  • a completed recognised bachelor degree in:
    • engineering
    • geophysics
    • medical physics.

Social education (geography)

Either:

  • completion of at least half a year of full-time, tertiary-level study (4 QUT units) in geography. This can include up to three eighths of a year (3 QUT units) in geology and environmental study, and/or geographical information systems.
  • a completed recognised bachelor degree in:
    • geography
    • natural resource studies.

Social education (history)

Completion of at least half a year of full-time, tertiary-level study (4 QUT units) in history.

Visual arts education

Either:

  • completion of at least half a year of full-time, tertiary-level study (4 QUT units) in visual arts with a minimum of both:
    • one eighth of a year (1 QUT unit) in history or theory
    • one eighth of a year (1 QUT unit) in studio practice.
  • a completed QUT Bachelor of Fine Arts (Visual Arts) or equivalent

Blue card

This course requires you to have a blue card so you can participate in work placements and experience.

More about blue card requirements

Deferment

You can't defer your offer in this course. You must start in the semester you apply for.

More about deferring your offer

Minimum academic requirements

Academic entry requirements

A completed recognised minimum three year bachelor degree (or equivalent) not in education or in a course leading to teacher registration; and your first teaching area has prerequisites that must be met.

First teaching area

Your first teaching area has admissions prerequisites that must be met. You must nominate your first teaching area in your application.

Refer to table below for detailed information for first teaching areas.

Second teaching area

We do not require you to have completed specific subjects as entry criteria, but we assume you have knowledge through completion of these units in previous higher education studies.

You must nominate your second teaching area on enrolment.

Additional entry requirements

Pass the Initial Teacher Education Course (ITE) Capabilities Criteria.

Applicants must demonstrate possession of key competencies outlined by the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL) as those attributes and motivations common to effective teachers.

You must complete an online questionnaire to demonstrate your motivation for and understanding of, the course and profession. In the questionnaire you will be asked to:

  • Rank a series of potentially appropriate statement responses, in order of what you think is most to least important.
  • Provide two x 500 word written statements addressing the categories and indicators as outlined on the Teacher Entry Fact Sheet.

 QUT will send you details on how to complete the Initial Teacher Education Course (ITE) Capabilities Criteria questionnaire and submit your written statements after you have lodged an application.

First teaching area requirements

Dance education

You need:

  • a completed, recognised 3-year bachelor degree (or higher) not in education or in a course leading to teacher registration
  • a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 4.00 or higher (on QUT's 7-point scale)
  • successful completion of three-quarters of a year (or full-time equivalent) of higher education study in dance, with a minimum of:
    • one eighth of a year (1 QUT unit) in dance theory
    • one eighth of a year (1 QUT unit) in dance practice; or

Successful completion of any one of the following QUT courses:

  • Bachelor of Fine Arts (Dance)
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts (Dance Performance)

Drama education

You need:

  • a completed, recognised 3-year bachelor degree (or higher) not in education or in a course leading to teacher registration
  • a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 4.00 or higher (on QUT's 7-point scale)
  • successful completion of three-quarters of a year (or full-time equivalent) of higher education study in drama, with a minimum of:
    • one eighth of a year (1 QUT unit) in drama theory and
    • one eighth of a year (1 QUT unit) unit in drama practice.
    • other units may include cultural studies, film and media studies; or

Successful completion of any one of the following QUT courses:

  • Bachelor of Fine Arts (Drama)
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts (Acting)
  • Bachelor of Creative Industries (Drama and Performance)

English education

You need:

  • a completed, recognised 3-year bachelor degree (or higher) not in education or in a course leading to teacher registration
  • a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 4.00 or higher (on QUT's 7-point scale)
  • successful completion of three-quarters of a year (or full-time equivalent) of higher education study in English, with a minimum of:
    • one eighth of a year (1 QUT unit) in English language (grammar or linguistics) and literacy
    • one eighth of a year (1 QUT unit) in English literature; or

Successful completion of any one of the following QUT courses:

  • Bachelor of Behavioural Science (Psychology)
  • Bachelor of Business (Advertising; Marketing; Public Relations)
  • Bachelor of Creative Industries (Creative and Professional Writing; Entertainment; Media and Communication)
  • Bachelor of Communication
  • Bachelor of Human Services
  • Bachelor of Justice
  • Bachelor of Laws (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Social Work

Film and media education

You need:

  • a completed, recognised 3-year bachelor degree (or higher) not in education or in a course leading to teacher registration
  • a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 4.00 or higher (on QUT's 7-point scale)
  • successful completion of three-quarters of a year (or full-time equivalent) of higher education study in film and media studies, with a minimum of:
    • one eighth of a year (1 QUT unit) in film and media theory
    • one eighth of a year (1 QUT unit) in film and media production; or

Successful completion of any one of the following QUT courses:

  • Bachelor of Fine Arts (Film, TV and New Media Production)
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts (Film, Screen and New Media)
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts (Animation)
  • Bachelor of Games and Interactive Environments (Animation)

Mathematics education

You need:

  • a completed, recognised 3-year bachelor degree (or higher) not in education or in a course leading to teacher registration
  • a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 4.00 or higher (on QUT's 7-point scale)
  • successful completion of three-quarters of a year (or full-time equivalent) of higher education study in mathematics studies; or

Successful completion of any one of the following QUT courses:

  • Bachelor of Business (Accountancy; Advertising;  Economics; Finance; Marketing)
  • Bachelor of Creative Industries (Interactive and Visual Design)
  • Bachelor of Design (Architecture)
    Bachelor of Design - International (Architecture)
  • Bachelor of Design (Honours) (Majors: Architecture; Interactive and Visual Design)
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts (Animation)
  • Bachelor of Games and Interactive Environments
  • Bachelor of Information Technology
  • Bachelor of Mathematics
  • Bachelor of Medical Imaging (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Science (Physics)
  • Bachelor of Vision Science

Music education (middle years and secondary)

You need:

  • a completed, recognised 3-year bachelor degree (or higher) not in education or in a course leading to teacher registration
  • a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 4.00 or higher (on QUT's 7-point scale)
  • successful completion of three-quarters of a year (or full-time equivalent) of higher education study in music; or

Successful completion of QUT’s Bachelor of Fine Arts (Music)

Science education (biology)

You need:

  • a completed, recognised 3-year bachelor degree (or higher) not in education or in a course leading to teacher registration
  • a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 4.00 or higher (on QUT's 7-point scale)
  • successful completion of three-quarters of a year (or full-time equivalent) of higher education study covering animal and/or human biology; or plant biology and animal and/or human biology; or

Successful completion of any one of the following QUT courses:

  • Bachelor of Biomedical Science
  • Bachelor of Clinical and Exercise Physiology
  • Bachelor of Medical Imaging (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science
  • Bachelor of Nursing
  • Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Nutrition Science
  • Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Public Health
  • Bachelor of Science (Biological Sciences)
  • Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science
  • Bachelor of Vision Science

Science education (chemistry)

You need:

  • a completed, recognised 3-year bachelor degree (or higher) not in education or in a course leading to teacher registration
  • a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 4.00 or higher (on QUT's 7-point scale)
  • successful completion of three-quarters of a year (or full-time equivalent) of higher education study in chemistry.  Studies in the following areas are preferrable but not compulsory:
    • physical chemistry
    • inorganic chemistry
    • bio-organic chemistry
    • analytical and environmental chemistry; or

Successful completion of any one of the following QUT courses:

  • Bachelor of Biomedical Science
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Chemical Process)
  • Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Science
  • Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Nutrition Science
  • Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Public Health
  • Bachelor of Science (Biological Sciences)
  • Bachelor of Science (Chemistry)

Science education (earth and environmental science)

You need:

  • a completed, recognised 3-year bachelor degree (or higher) not in education or in a course leading to teacher registration
  • a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 4.00 or higher (on QUT's 7-point scale)
  • successful completion of three-quarters of a year (or full-time equivalent) of higher education study in earth or environmental science study area: one eighth of a year (1 QUT unit) or environmental science / engineering; one eighth of a year (1 QUT unit) of geology; and one eighth of a year (1 QUT unit) of geoscience and ecology.

Science education (physics)

You need:

  • a completed, recognised 3-year bachelor degree (or higher) not in education or in a course leading to teacher registration
  • a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 4.00 or higher (on QUT's 7-point scale)
  • successful completion of three-quarters of a year (or full-time equivalent) of higher education study in physics and mathematics with a minimum of half a year (4 QUT units) in Physics; or

Successful completion of any one of the following QUT courses:

  • Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Medical Imaging (Honours)
  • Bachelor of Science (Physics)

Social science education (history)

You need:

  • a completed, recognised 3-year bachelor degree (or higher) not in education or in a course leading to teacher registration
  • a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 4.00 or higher (on QUT's 7-point scale)
  • successful completion of three-quarters of a year (or full-time equivalent) of higher education study in history.

Visual arts education

You need:

  • a completed, recognised 3-year bachelor degree (or higher) not in education or in a course leading to teacher registration
  • a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 4.00 or higher (on QUT's 7-point scale)
  • successful completion of three-quarters of a year (or full-time equivalent) of higher education study in visual arts, with a minimum of:
    • one eighth of a year (1 QUT unit) in history or theory; and
    • one eighth of a year (1 QUT unit) in studio practice; or

Successful completion of any one of the following QUT courses:

  • Bachelor of Design (Fashion)
  • Bachelor of Design - International (Fashion)
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts (Visual Arts)

 

Minimum English language requirements

Select the country where you completed your studies to see a guide on meeting QUT’s English language requirements.

Your scores and prior qualifications in English-speaking countries are considered. Approved English-speaking countries are Australia, Canada, England, Ireland, New Zealand, Scotland, Singapore, South Africa, United States of America and Wales.

If your country or qualification is not listed, you can still apply for this course and we will assess your eligibility.

We accept English language proficiency scores from the following tests.

English Test Overall Listening Reading Writing Speaking
Cambridge Advanced English Score
Test must be taken within 2 years of commencement at QUT. You must provide your Cambridge English Candidate ID and Candidate Secret Number, these are printed on your Cambridge English Confirmation of Entry.
191 200 185 185 200
IELTS Academic
Test must be taken within 2 years of commencement at QUT.
7.5 8 7 7 8
Pearson PTE (Academic)
Test must be taken within 2 years of commencement at QUT. Please assign your test to QUT in your Pearson profile.
73 79 65 65 79
TOEFL iBT
Test must be taken within 2 years of commencement at QUT.
105 28 24 27 26

Don't have the English language score you need? We can help!

We offer English language programs to improve your English and help you gain entry to this course.

When you apply for this course, we will recommend which English course you should enrol in.

Haven't completed an English language test? We can help!

If you have not completed an English language test, you can sit the IELTS test at our IELTS test centre

Blue card

This course requires you to have a blue card so you can participate in work placements and experience.

More about blue card requirements

Advanced standing

If you intend to apply for advanced standing (credit) you can view more information and find out how to apply.

Course requirements

Literacy and numeracy

You will need to successfully complete the National Literacy and Numeracy Test for Initial Teacher Education Students to graduate from the course. The test will assess your personal literacy and numeracy skills. QUT provides you with one reimbursement to cover the cost of the test.

For more information view additional course costs and requirements.

Fees

Your actual fees may vary depending on which units you choose. We review fees annually, and they may be subject to increases.

2020 fees

2020 CSP $6,800 per year full-time (96 credit points)

2020 fees

2020: $29,900 per year full-time (96 credit points)

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