These courses will prepare you for a career as a teacher – be it in a nursery, primary school or secondary school. On graduation you’ll have access to the wide range of PGCE and other courses leading to Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) that we offer. If you don’t wish to be a teacher, they can also enable you to become practitioners or managers within education establishments.
Many of our other courses can also equip you with the skills you’ll need to become a teacher. If you know of a subject you’d like to teach at secondary school level, you may want to browse our courses in that subject area.
Our graduates have gone on to set up their own nurseries, become inspirational teachers and work in a wide range of childcare settings.
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Our undergraduate teaching and education courses
Early Childhood Studies (including foundation year) - BA (Hons)
This degree in Early Childhood Studies includes a foundation year to support you as you develop your career in early childhood care. Apply to London Met now.
Early Childhood Studies (Top-Up) - BA (Hons)
This top-up BA degree in Early Childhood Studies focuses on play, development and learning of children from birth to six years old. Apply to London Met now.
Early Childhood Studies - BA (Hons)
London Met's Early Childhood Studies BA degree was one of the first courses in the UK developed to train highly qualified childhood specialists. Apply now.
Education (including foundation year) - BA (Hons)
Our four-year course is the perfect route into a career in education if you can't meet the necessary entry requirements to start a standard undergraduate degree.
Education - BA (Hons)
The Education bachelor's degree tackles the sociological, historical and policy aspects of education for a variety of career choices such as teaching. Apply now.
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News and success stories from our teaching and education stories
Inaugural Teaching and Learning Forum Success
Academics share best practice at event focusing on key NSS themes, including guest speaker from Kings College London.
Teacher apprenticeships continue to open doors for new teachers
Almost 80 teachers have been trained through the scheme since it was launched in 2018.
London Met launches Personal Academic Tutor scheme
Personal Academic Tutor (PAT) scheme will provide personalised support for students.
Employability at London Met: from potential to practical skills
Education Studies graduate Bukola Monehin on overcoming adversity, earning a degree and becoming a role model to her children with support from London Met.
Learning skills that will last a lifetime
Recent graduate Sharon Foster on taking opportunities, pushing herself, and doing things she never thought she could do.
Apprentice teachers achieve extraordinary results
Almost all apprentice teachers working at London Met's partner school, 5 Wells, have achieved Distinctions in their PGCE work.
Unique partnership to boost communication skills
Education lecturers have partnered with a specialist to support the communications skills of students
London Met lecturers help teaching staff in North Macedonia
Guildhall School of Business and Law lecturers visited the Euro College to exchange expertise
Leading Designers and Lego Education Promote Creativity in Education
The third event in a series of lectures on issues in contemporary design at the Cass.
A second masters for MA Teaching Languages (English) course leader
Dr Ahmad Nazari, no stranger to achievement, has gained a distinction in his second masters degree in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education from London Met.
London Met gives back to local community this Christmas
Staff and students are teaming up with Islington foodbank to help those less fortunate.
His Royal Highness The Duke of York visits London Met
The Duke of York is given a tour around The Cass Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design.
“Change is here and is happening” Charles Clarke warns Universities
It is “not possible for universities to stand still” and “hard decisions” are ahead for higher education, the former Labour Home Secretary Charles Clarke has warned.