Undergraduate study

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learning that lasts

What makes Carnegie School of Education a great place to learn?

We train people who want children and young people to fall in love with learning. People who want to discover new approaches to education. People who are brave, and compassionate.

People like you.

Get to know our courses

Our courses will give you the skills, knowledge and understanding so that you can inspire the next generation.

We'll develop your confidence and ability so that you can become an outstanding educator, with the power to change the lives of children and young people.

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BA (Hons)

Early Years

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Your routes into teaching

Ready for a career in teaching? Find out more about routes into teaching and what that means for you.

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BA Primary Education (Early Years 3-7) with Recommendation for QTS Student Chloe-Rose tells us why she chose Leeds Beckett and the best things about her course.

Get Into Teaching Develop the skills to inspire the next generation - find out about from our current students about our undergraduate and postgraduate routes into teaching.

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your student experience

From your first day, we'll support you, so you can go on to support others. You'll be part of a diverse peer group, who'll share experiences, discuss problems, and lift each other up.

Our award-winning pastoral team will be there to help you through any challenges. And you'll get the chance to develop your teaching style, with placements and other opportunities.

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YOUR  teaching community

Be part of a place that's working every day to make education better. You'll learn from lecturers who are published experts, and experienced practitioners. And you'll share a campus with researchers who are tackling big issues in education, such as inclusion, social justice and mental health.

A lot of this research finds its way into our courses, which means you'll graduate with a grasp of the latest thinking in your field.

Explore what's possible in the classroom

Our two-storey teaching facility is designed to look and feel like a school. You'll explore how to use the space to make learning happen, whether you're doing group activities or solo exams.

The rooms mimic primary and early years learning environments, including a science lab, an art and design workshop and even an outdoor play area. Here, you'll learn to feel at home in the classroom.

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Get in touch


This could be the start of an amazing journey. To find out more about the course and why it might be right for you, get in touch with us for a chat and more information.

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