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Teaching and Learning careersLocated in the School of Education, Theology and Leadership, where initial teacher education is rated as ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted, the Single Honours in Physical Education, Sport and Youth Development degree provides excellent preparation for students who wish to become teachers. This includes delivering the National Curriculum, understanding our teaching and learning and exploring how classroom and school are influenced by policy and philosophy.Approximately 60% of graduates from this degree enter teaching related careers. Tutor expertise and an exceptionally strong schools partnership provide the foundation for the PE pathway that students can follow almost exclusively in preparing for a postgraduate route into teachingThe 2012 Olympic Games legacy will ensure that working in the sports pedagogy and development industry remains a strong service career option for many graduatesPhysical Activity, Health and FitnessFocusing on physical literacy from cradle to grave, this degree supports the personal and academic development of graduates whose career and job interests lie within the health and fitness industries.Academic study and researchThis degree is appropriate for those who wish to pursue a postgraduate degree or research and has a specific link to the Master's degrees in Education, Pedagogy and Professional Practice in PE.Please note: this degree is the new title for the Physical and Sport Education BA (Hons) programme.


Department of Psychology and Pedagogic Science


全日制 (3 年)

£13,650.00 (¥ 113,551) /年



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St Mary's University,

Waldegrave Road,



TW1 4SX, England



ACT composite: 22. We are an official ACT test agency. Our testing code for students to send their scores to is 7060. All our undergraduate and foundation degree programmes require 6.0 overall with no less than 5.5 in any section.