Master of Teaching (Primary)
- CRICOS code: 093411M
Where will this take me?
Our graduates are prepared for the challenging work of being a teacher which sets them apart with employers. We are known for producing some of the best teachers in the country and schools in our network often approach us directly with job prospects. There are regular opportunities for teachers to move into roles that influence and shape the direction of a school. Our program ensures graduates have the capabilities and confidence to move into leadership positions and make a difference.
To work in schools as a primary teacher graduates can apply for provisional registration with the Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT).
This program also benefits other career paths in government (policy reform), research and community roles including:
- children’s services coordination
- youth health and wellbeing
- assessment and evaluation
- quality regulation and assessment.
You will develop connections with community and industry that will open doors to an outstanding future through your studies and placements.
Graduates interested in pursuing a research pathway, can apply for the Master of Education (Research) which provides research training experience for potential entry to the PhD-Education.
The Master of Teaching (Primary) 2022 course will be seeking reaccreditation with the Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT). Once accredited, graduates can apply for registration to teach in schools with children aged five to twelve years. Please note: The Master of Teaching courses offered prior to 2022 are accredited.
*Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching, Graduates Outcomes Survey 2018-2020
After having children herself, Janneke's interest in children's development was reignited.
I chose to study at the Melbourne Graduate School of Education because I was drawn to the clinical model of teaching that they offered. I have really enjoyed studying at MGSE. There is a wonderful sense of community and collegiality, both amongst the students and between students and staff. The subjects have been really stimulating and I feel that they have prepared us well for the start of our teaching careers and our ongoing professional development.
Once you've completed your undergraduate degree, you can go on to gain employment or begin a graduate degree and work towards a professional qualification such as law, engineering or medicine. Or you could join our graduate research community and contribute to our world-changing research.
Your graduate degree will be internationally recognised, and set you apart from those who study a traditional Australian single or double degree.
Explore the graduate pathways available once you complete your undergraduate degree here.