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Third class honours, please help!

Discussion in 'Art and design' started by Jaraka17, Jul 31, 2011.

  1. I just graduated from uni but got a third class in Fashion,Design and Enteprise. I have always wanted to be a teacher but I am starting to lose hope as I know it is not a good degree and scared no uni willl even call me for an inteview let alone accept me for a PGCE in Art and Design. I really think I choose the wrong uni to study and I have lost conidence in my self. Is there another route I can try whilst I still apply for my PGCE. Please help me.
     
  2. I just graduated from uni but got a third class in Fashion,Design and Enteprise. I have always wanted to be a teacher but I am starting to lose hope as I know it is not a good degree and scared no uni willl even call me for an inteview let alone accept me for a PGCE in Art and Design. I really think I choose the wrong uni to study and I have lost conidence in my self. Is there another route I can try whilst I still apply for my PGCE. Please help me.
     
  3. artcrisis

    artcrisis New commenter

    That's true about a 3rd not getting you onto a PGCE.
    Have you researched GTP Graduate Teacher Programme requirements?
     
  4. Hi,

    I am starting my GTP in September and I think from then the requirements are that you need a 2.2 or above to go onto Teacher Training. I believe this is a requirement stated by the new government. There are so many routes into teaching so there might be a way, the TDA site is useful and has people you can contact about this. I got my degree whilst working as a Teaching Assistant doing one day at uni, maybe you could re take the BA hons year with your credits? not sure if you can? Hope this helps
     

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