Study a Master of Teaching (Primary) and become qualified to teach across all primary years as a generalist teacher, with in-depth knowledge in literacy and numeracy, as well as a specialised area.
An undergraduate degree from an approved institution.
All applicants must also:
- meet English language requirements, and
- complete the Teacher Capability Assessment Tool (TCAT) prior to applying. TCAT results are assessed as part of your application.
The Master of Teaching (Primary) will enable you to apply for provisional registration with the Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT) as a primary teacher.
If you intend to teach outside Victoria, we recommend you check registration requirements with the relevant body.
You may also choose to pursue a career in a related field, such as:
- policy formation
- education research
- assessment and evaluation
- youth health and wellbeing.
Without doubt, the most valuable aspect of the course was having the opportunity to bridge the gap between cutting edge educational research and how this materialises in the everyday classroom. The clinical teaching model is the backbone of my teaching practice, enabling me to effectively meet the individual needs of all children in my class.