Teacher training completion rates exceed sector average
The latest figures, released by the Initial Teacher Education (ITE) team, show that London Met exceeds the sector average for Teacher Training completion rates.
Date: 18 July 2017
London Metropolitan University’s teacher training department is delighted to report its latest student outcomes.
The latest figures show that London Met has a 100% completion rate for the BEd undergraduate degree, compared to a sector average of 85%.
PGCE Primary teacher training came out with a completion rate of 95%, compared to a sector average of 92%.
PGCE Secondary teacher training completion rates came out as 98%, greatly exceeding the sector average of 91%.
Secondary Maths and Secondary Modern Languages both had a 100% completion statistic, exceeding the sector averages of 88% and 92% respectively.
Neil Hillman, Head of Teacher Education at London Met, said: “I am delighted that once again the teacher training department at London Metropolitan University has been recognised for the outstanding work we do.
“The University exists to meet the needs of its time, and I believe our department is doing just that by training the teachers that are needed right here and right now.
“These outcomes are testament to the hard work and dedication of the whole ITE team.”
Last year, it was announced that Teacher Training at London Met was one of the best in the country. The latest results are due to be updated at the end of July 2017.