The course starts in November with a six-week study program and school induction. Interns will then commence employment in a school the following January from the beginning of Term 1.
Interns will complete 200 points of coursework over the two years while teaching on a reduced teaching load (0.8 FTE), enabling time for university studies.
Study is structured around four campus-based intensives with additional study conducted online throughout each year.
Support is provided to students through a combination of visits to their school by a designated Clinical Teaching Specialist, and online help from academic tutors.
The University Handbook provides detailed course information. You can access the timetable by visiting the individual subject pages.
You can also visit our Master of Teaching (Secondary) Internship course page to find out more and apply.