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Study Education in Australia




Teacher's colleges in Australia have now become part of the general university offering rather being distinct insitutions as they were in the past. As such, many universities now have a school of education where teacher training is undertaken, along with providing opportunities for postgraduate studies. Most of the schools welcome international students, and you can examine what is available from the selection below:





  • Adelaide Teaching

    Adelaide Teaching

    The School of Education, in the Faculty of Professions at the University of Adelaide, has a history of over 120 years of educational research and in teacher education in South Australia. The School continues to offer a range of degrees at both undergraduate and graduate levels, which includes the Bachelor of Teaching (double degree, with another Bachelors’ degree) Graduate Diploma in Education, and a range of higher degree programs (Masters of Education, Masters of Philosophy, PhD and D Ed) for domestic and international students.
  • LaTrobe Teaching

    LaTrobe Teaching

    The Academic Language and Learning (ALL) unit works closely with teaching staff in all Faculties and campuses to ensure that all La Trobe students " including those from non-English-speaking backgrounds " develop high-level academic speaking, writing, reading, and numeracy skills required for successful learning in their courses.
  • Western Australia Teaching

    Western Australia Teaching

    The Faculty of Education maintains a tradition of excellence in both teaching and research while taking on the challenges of developing educational practices for both global and local needs.
  • Melbourne Teaching

    Melbourne Teaching

    The Melbourne Graduate School of Education (MGSE) is an exciting place to be. They are at the forefront of innovation in education, working with partners in early childhood settings, schools, tertiary institutions, governments and beyond, seeking new and improved ways to support Australia’s education system.
  • Monash Teaching

    Monash Teaching

    Monash University’s Faculty of Education has a national and international reputation for excellence in teaching and research. We offer a diverse and innovative curriculum that responds to international and local community needs, producing graduates who lead professional practice, public debate and policy, and community action around the world. Under the leadership of Professor John Loughran, the faculty is focused on learning and development in people of all ages, and the faculty is internationally recognised for its originality, rigour and impartiality.
  • QUT Teaching

    QUT Teaching

    The QUT Faculty of Education is unique in its blend of large-scale teacher education and research excellence. With over 5,300 students and almost 200 full-time staff, the Faculty is able to offer a comprehensive range of education specialist programs including, early childhood, primary, and secondary programs, and studies in higher education, workplace and community-based learning organisations. Award programs include Bachelor, Graduate Certificates and Diplomas, and Master's degrees, Professional Doctorate, and the Doctor of Philosophy.
  • Wollongong Teaching

    Wollongong Teaching

    The Faculty of Education was formed in 1984 from the amalgamation of the former Department of Education of the Faculty of Arts of the University of Wollongong, and the nearby School of Education (Institute of Education).
  • Newcastle Teaching

    Newcastle Teaching

    The School of Education is the largest School in the University with more than 4500 students studying in teacher education programs, around 800 postgraduate students undertaking advanced study in Education, and more than 125 students completing Masters or Doctoral programs by research. While many students study on campus, either at Callaghan, Ourimbah, Port Macquarie or North Rocks (through the Renwick Centre), the School also delivers a number of its programs online with access to students in countries throughout the world.
  • Flinders Teaching

    Flinders Teaching

    Through teaching, research and community engagement, the Flinders University School of Education aims to be at the forefront of educational change.
  • UniSa Teaching

    UniSa Teaching

    The School of Education (Magill and Mawson Lakes) is one of the largest Schools in the University with over seventy staff. We offer wide range of programs at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, and research higher degrees are offered. Our programs span early childhood, schooling, and adult education.
  • James Cook Teaching

    James Cook Teaching

    The School of Education at JCU has been training teachers since the 1960s. It offers undergraduate programs in early childhood, primary, secondary and physical education teaching and has developed exceptionally strong relationships with local schools and education providers.
  • Deakin Teaching

    Deakin Teaching

    School of Education academics are part of knowledge building communities at local, state, national and international levels. We have a wide range of expertise including: Arts Education; Mathematics Education; Science and Environmental Education; Health and Physical Education; Language and Literacy Education; Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages; Teaching Languages Other Than English; Humanities Education; Pedagogy and Curriculum; Educational Policy, Leadership and Internalisation; Early Childhood Education; Applied Learning and Professional Education and Training.
  • Griffith Teaching

    Griffith Teaching

    The School of Education and Professional Studies is one of the largest and newest teaching areas in the University. We offer undergraduate, postgraduate and research higher degrees for more than 3500 students.
  • UWS Teaching

    UWS Teaching

    Study a UWS Teaching and Education degree to gain the skills you need to make a positive difference to individuals and the wider world. You can work with people of all ages and backgrounds, helping their growth and development and, ultimately, improving social and educational standards across society.
  • Tasmania Teaching

    Tasmania Teaching

    Within the Faculty, the School of Education offers a range of undergraduate, graduate, postgraduate coursework and research higher degrees to prepare prospective students for rewarding careers in education.
  • New England Teaching

    New England Teaching

    Established in 1998, Early Childhood Education (ECE) at UNE is committed to teaching that is engaging, meaningful and life long.
  • Charles Sturt Teaching

    Charles Sturt Teaching

    The Faculty is one of the largest Faculties of Education in Australia with over 7500 students and 140 academic and general staff. We offer a wide range of courses in teacher education, information studies and human movement studies. Our graduates are prepared for employment across Australia and beyond. In 2010 we have over 5000 Distance Education (DE) students from across Australia and 40 different countries, including more than 120 students studying in Hong Kong. We are recognised internationally for the quality and diversity of our DE programs. We provide on campus programs from the Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, Dubbo and Wagga Wagga Campuses in Australia and CSU Ontario in Burlington, Ontario Canada.
  • Charles Darwin Teaching

    Charles Darwin Teaching

    Welcome to the School of Education. We specialize in preparing teachers for the diverse and challenging contexts in schools, communities and colleges. We provide innovative and high quality programs at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
  • Southern Queensland Teaching

    Southern Queensland Teaching

    The Faculty of Education prepares global educators for contemporary learning communities. We offer some of the most innovative education programs in Australia. Our programs aim to graduate students who demonstrate high levels of knowledge, understanding, qualities, skills, practices and values that will enhance their abilities as educators.
  • Victoria Teaching

    Victoria Teaching

    Our courses in the School of Education provide students with flexible career outcomes, with an emphasis on learning in workplaces and community settings. Through educational partnerships with local schools, community organizations and industry - especially in Melbourne's western region - students experience valuable workplace learning environments and use this experience as the basis for their learning at VU.
  • Notre Dame Teaching

    Notre Dame Teaching

    Excellence in teacher education is a tradition at the University. The School of Education enrolled the first students at Notre Dame's Fremantle Campus in 1992 and since then hundreds of graduates have gone on to seek meaningful employment in Catholic, Independent and Government schools throughout Australia and internationally.


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Last Updated: 30 November 2009
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