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School of Education Open Event

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School of Education Open Event

Thinking about studying for a teaching qualification? Come to the Newcastle College School of Education Open Event on Wednesday the 3rd of May 2023, 17:15 – 19:00.

At the event you will have the opportunity to chat to tutors, speak to our current students to hear about their experience studying with us, get advice and guidance on which qualification is best for you, and find out about what financial support is on offer whilst you study with us.

The Newcastle School of Education Open Event is taking place at the Teaching Development Centre on George Street, just next to the main Rye Hill campus. There will be free refreshments available during the event.

To book your place, click here

To find out more about FE teacher training bursaries, click here

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