Early Years Initial Teacher Training (EYITT) is a specialist programme for those already working with, or those seeking to work with, babies and children from birth to five years old.
Everything you need to know about taught degrees
Our graduate taught degree programmes include Master’s and MRes programmes, a range of Graduate and Postgraduate Certificates and Diplomas, PGCEs and more. Many of our programmes offer flexible learning options, allowing you to balance your study with professional and personal commitments.
Everything you need to know about research degrees
We offer a variety of research programmes, such as PhD, EngD and Professional Doctorates, in an inclusive, flexible and supportive training environment. Discover the right programme for you to undertake substantial, in-depth research and make an original contribution to your chosen field. Read our guides to applications, funding and more.
Become the teacher you want to be
IOE, UCL's Faculty of Education and Society, offers PGCEs in Early Years, Primary, Secondary and Further Education. Our unique gradual approach, carefully chosen placements and the constant support from our lecturers, tutors and school mentors will allow you to start teaching in just one year.
UCL's Secondary teacher training programmes have the depth of expertise, breadth of school partnerships and personalised care of tutors enabling our students to become highly successful teachers.
The PGCE Further Education (FE) prepares you to teach in the post-16, further education and skills sector.
All you need to know about teacher training
Why choose UCL?
UCL works throughout the world with partners in education, business, healthcare, development, philanthropy and government to find solutions to humankind’s most pressing issues.
Whatever you plan to do after your degree, we are here to help you find your future through advice and support.
Take control of your future. UCL Innovation & Enterprise offers you the chance to develop the vital entrepreneurial skills and mindset you will need in order to flourish.
Resources for graduate students are reinforced by our remarkable facilities, events and opportunities on offer in the wider London community.
At UCL we're proud of our pioneering history, our distinguished present and our exciting future.
Bright minds exploring big ideas
Bring your lunch and curiosity! Find out more about UCL Minds’ exceptional research work in our decades-old lunch time series.
UCL is London’s research powerhouse. We commit to enhancing the lives of people in the capital, the UK and around the world.
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Online - Open day
Bacteria are our ancient enemies, and many assume they have long since been defeated thanks to antibiotics. Unfortunately, that’s just not true. In this taster, you will discover how modern medicine is facing the real possibility of an unexpected slide back into the Dark Ages when simple infections could kill and even straightforward operations were fraught with danger.
Online - Open day
As a society, we are increasingly getting sicker across all age groups and health conditions. This session will discuss why we need new solutions to address our growing healthcare needs. We will review current developments in organ transplantation and treatment of neurological disease and cancer which are transforming the way we treat patients. This taster session will also feature a summary of the Medical Innovation and Enterprise programme and a Q&A with the Admissions Tutor and a current student.
Online - Open day
This taster talk will provide you with an exciting insight into the field of nutrition and medical sciences. This session will look at how you can apply nutritional assessment in both theory and in practice. A summary of the BSc Nutrition and Medical Sciences programme will also be provided, followed by a Q&A session with our programme lead and a current student.
Got a question? Get in touch.
If you are interested in applying to UCL and would like to find out more, please get in touch with us.
We look forward to hearing from you soon!
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