Your postgraduate information session
Education at Western prepares teachers and educators for the challenges and triumphs of working in schools, pre-schools and adult learning environments.
Our initial teacher qualifications are fully accredited with the NSW Education Standards Authority, and our graduates are considered exceptionally valuable in schools.
Our variety of Education specilisations are designed for those who are already teaching to upskill in the areas of STEM, Leadership and Management, Inclusive Education, Social Ecology and more.
This session was held on Wednesday 4 November. A video recording and transcripts of this session are now available.
This session covers the following courses:
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"The Master of Education (Leadership) course provided me with the tools, knowledge and critical thinking skills to become a leader in my field."
Master of Teaching (Primary)
Classrooms without borders
Frequently asked questions
Our Master of Teaching programs are one-and-a-half to two years full-time or four-years part-time.
The Master of Teaching programs at Western are initial teacher degrees for those wishing to obtain a qualification to become a teacher. The Master of Education programs (with some exceptions) are for those who already have a teaching degree and are wanting to upskill or specialise further.
Yes, the Master of Teaching degrees (Birth5-/Birth-12, Primary and Secondary) are all accredited with the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA)
The Master of Teaching (Birth-5/Birth-12) allows you to choose an early exit to become a qualified early-childhood (Birth-5 Year) teacher or complete an additional six months to graduate with a primary-school teaching qualification as well (Birth-12).