Become a teacher
The Master of Teaching is for graduates from any discipline who want to become teachers.
Just as every child is unique, the Master of Teaching at the Melbourne Graduate School of Education (MGSE) is a degree like no other. We bring together theory and practice in a way that will give you powerful insights into young people and how they learn.
Our Master of Teaching is the only teaching degree in Australia to use a genuine clinical framework. Our unique partnership model with schools means:
- You become an active part of a school or early childhood community early in your studies. This means you can connect what you learn at university with what you learn while teaching (in a similar way to trainee doctors or nurses), with an unprecedented level of support throughout.
- You develop the professional skills to assess and diagnose students’ individual learning needs, and to work with learners of all abilities.
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Home to a number of internationally recognised education experts, we are at the cutting edge of teaching and research.
We are Australia’s number one and among the world’s finest for Education (QS World University Rankings by Subject)
Master of Teaching courses
Master of Teaching (Early Childhood)
Includes content about learning and teaching for children aged 0–8 years.
Master of Teaching (Primary)
Qualifies you to teach across all primary years as a generalist teacher, with in-depth of knowledge in literacy and numeracy.
Master of Teaching (Early Childhood and Primary)
Prepares you for dual registration to teach in early childhood education and across all primary years as a generalist teacher.
Master of Teaching (Secondary)
Prepares you to be a highly effective teacher with specialist knowledge in two learning disciplines.
Master of Teaching (Internship)
In the Master of Teaching (Secondary) Internship you are paid to teach in a secondary school while completing your teaching degree.
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