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School of Teacher Education

Get into Teaching - Apply now for 2017 Entry

‘Get into Teaching’

Apply now for 2017 Entry

The School of Teacher Education is seeking highly-motivated future teachers to undertake our Teacher Training programmes for September 2017 entry.

We are delighted that you are considering applying for a place on one of our initial teacher training courses. Liverpool Hope is one of the largest providers of such courses in the UK and also, we believe, one of the very best. We are particularly proud of our overall 99% student satisfaction rate and the fact that our graduate teachers are among the most sought after by Schools, as evidenced by our well-above average employability rates.

The School of Teacher Education’s BA QTS, PGCE, SCHOOL DIRECT and PGDE programmes are now open for September 2017 start, and we are delighted to confirm that as a result of our recent successes, which includes the fact that Hope Teachers are well above the national average for employability, and following our 99% overall student satisfaction rate*, we have been given a generous allocation of places for all our Teacher Training Courses. We also plan to run our PGDE in Further and Post-compulsory Education, which is not currently subject to government restrictions in numbers.

Our Teacher Training Courses include:

BA Primary Teaching QTS

PGCE Primary

PGCE Early Years

PGCE Secondary - Subjects include:

- Art & Design (PGCE)

- Biology (PGCE)

- Chemistry (PGCE)

- Classics (PGCE)

- Computing (PGCE)

- Design & Technology (PGCE)

- English (PGCE)

- Geography (PGCE)

- History (PGCE)

- Mathematics (PGCE)

- Modern Foreign Languages (PGCE)

- Music (PGCE)

- Physical Education (PGCE)

- Physics (PGCE)

- Religious Education (PGCE)




You can apply for all our courses via the UCAS website.

If you require any further information about any of our programmes, please contact:

Faculty of Education
Tel: 0151 291 3410    E-mail:


*Source: The National Student Survey 2016 which surveys all final year Undergraduate Students across the Country on Student Satisfaction.