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Humanities & Social Sciences PGDE Clearing 2019

Postgraduate Teacher Education Vacancies

We still have spots available on a number of our Professional Graduate Diploma in Education (PGDE) programmes.

PGDE Clearing opens on Friday 5th July and ends Monday 12th August 2019.

You'll be eligible for Clearing if you:

  • applied through UCAS after 30 June
  • have not received any offers
  • have rejected all your offers
  • have not made an application yet

Check to see if the subject you're interested in has places available>>

Step 1: Speak to an adviser today

We've set up a dedicated hotline for you to call if you're interested in applying for 2019 entry to our PGDE Secondary Education programme. A member of our team will be there to discuss your eligibility and talk you through the application process.

Step 2: Online application form

If our advisors believe that you meet the entry requirements for the subject you're interested in, the next step would then be to complete our online application form. This allows you to upload any necessary supporting documents. From their, we will go through a verification process.

Please note, you only need to complete the following sections:

  • Personal details (including phone number and email address)
  • Address
  • Education history
  • Subject of interest
  • Document upload

Once a member of our admissions team has assessed your documentation and confirmed your eligibility, you will be invited to attend an interview.

If successful at interview, you'll then make a formal application through the UCAS clearing system.

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