Why study the Graduate Certificate in Education (Learning and Leadership) with UTS Online

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Ranked top 10 in Australia for graduate employability2

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World’s 11th highest performing university under 503


1Times Higher Education Young University Rankings, 2020  2QS World University Rankings, 2020  3QS Top 50 Under 50, 2020

What you will study

The UTS Online Graduate Certificate in Education (Learning and Leadership) comprises four subjects (24 credit points), and can be completed in as little as eight months, studying part-time. 

The course includes the following subjects:  

Core Subjects
  • Learning and its Trajectories
  • Designing Innovative Learning
  • Leading Learning
  • Learning in the Digital Age

A pathway to a Master of Education (Learning and Leadership) 

UTS Online’s Graduate Certificate in Education (Learning and Leadership) is made up of four subjects, and can be completed in as little as eight months, studying part-time. Upon successful completion of this course, students will have the opportunity to enrol into the Master of Education (Learning and Leadership).

 

Upcoming study periods

UTS Online courses have six intakes per year. The diagram below shows all upcoming
intakes, with the next intake highlighted in blue.

  • JAN
    2021
  • MAY
    2021
  • JUL
    2021
  • AUG
    2021
  • OCT
    2021

The Graduate Certificate in Education (Learning and Leadership) will be available to study from March 2021.

Course information

Entry requirements

To gain entry into the Graduate Certificate in Education (Learning and Leadership), applicants must have completed a UTS-recognised bachelor's degree, or an equivalent or higher qualification, or submitted other evidence of general and professional qualifications that demonstrates potential to pursue graduate studies. 

Applicants without an academic qualification will be considered for admission to the Graduate Certificate on the basis of a minimum of at least four years full-time, or equivalent, relevant post-secondary work experience and a general capacity to undertake tertiary education. 

Relevant work experience is defined as being within the two ANZSCO groups: 01 Managers and 02 Professionals; it must be demonstrated on a CV with evidence, and dates, of relevant work experience and the position held within the organisation. 

Applicants who do not satisfy these requirements may still be considered for admission via the assessment of a CV and personal statement that outlines the applicant's interest in, and understanding of, the course.  

Eligibility for admission does not guarantee an offer of a place. 

 

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FEE-HELP

To assist with all or some of your tuition fees, FEE-HELP is available for eligible students. This government-supported loan scheme is designed to help eligible full-fee paying students pay their tuition fees.

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Language requirements

All applicants are required to meet the University’s English language requirements: 

Academic IELTS: 6.5 overall with a writing score of 6.0; or TOEFL: paper based: 550-583 overall with TWE of 4.5, Internet based: 79-93 overall with a writing score of 21; or AE5: Pass; or PTE: 58-64; or CAE: 176-184.

 

Additional requirements

In addition to any documents required to meet the English language requirements mentioned above, applicants will need to provide their CV and evidence of related work experience, which can include a statement of service, business registration letter, letter from an accountant, or statutory declaration.

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