Discover your pathway to teaching through the Melbourne curriculum
Teachers are highly valued in our community and enjoy diverse career paths in Australia and overseas in classrooms, management and administration roles. Training to become a teacher at Melbourne is a unique experience that combines evidence-based theory with placements to offer powerful insights into children and young people, and how they learn.
Join Dr Martina Tassone and hear from some of our brightest current students to discover how you can start your teaching and education journey at the University of Melbourne. They’ll be discussing how placements work, the challenges and opportunities in the teaching profession and how we can equip you to be prepared for your future career with the new Master of Teaching curriculum at the Melbourne Graduate School of Education (MGSE).
This session is tailored for prospective students (and their parent or adult guardian) looking to apply for mid-year entry in 2022 or start their undergraduate degree 2023. All students and their guest are required to register to book their place. Thank you.
COVIDSafe event information
University of Melbourne COVIDSafe event guidelines are in place for this event.
We require attendees to comply at all times with the Department of Health regulations as well as instructions, procedures and advice from event and/or venue staff.
Attendance at this event means you agree to:
- Complete a symptom self-assessment prior to leaving home
- Not attend the event if you are unwell, even with very mild symptoms
- Not attend the event if you are required to isolate or quarantine for any reason and/or awaiting results of a COVID-19 test
- Check-in via the Victorian Government QR code and provide your vaccination information to the COVID Check-in Marshal on arrival
- Maintain 1.5 metres distance from others where possible during the event
- Immediately notify event organisers if you become unwell while attending the event and follow University of Melbourne COVID-19 testing and notification advice
- Be contacted by the University's Public Health Network for the purpose of contact tracing.
While face masks are not required, you are welcome to wear one if you want to. You should also respect other people's decisions to wear a mask in settings where it is not mandatory.