Master of Teaching (Secondary) Internship
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✓ Become a highly-qualified secondary teacher in 2 years
✓ Earn an income while teaching at a Victorian school
✓ Unparalleled support during your internship from your school and MGSE
✓ Program supported by the Victorian Government
✓ Become eligible for full teacher registration with the Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT)
Earn a world-class Master of Teaching qualification while getting paid to teach in a Victorian secondary school with our Master of Teaching (Secondary) Internship (MTSI). As a student in our renowned internship program, you’ll teach subject areas directly related to your previous studies. You’ll become part of a highly-supported group of teachers earning a salary while you study and learn on the job. Interns are employed in schools as para-professionals with teaching responsibilities and have Permission to Teach from the VIT. The qualification prepares interns to teach across the secondary years with specialist knowledge in two curriculum areas.
Who is the program for?
Our internship is for those wanting to become registered secondary school teachers through gaining a Master of Teaching (Secondary) qualification. With no teaching experience required, it’s perfect for either recent graduates or those looking to embark on a career change into secondary teaching. The structure of the program is ideal for those who prefer learning by doing, with a combination of on-campus intensives, online learning and a paid teaching position in a Victorian school. Crucially, it’s been developed for those who don’t want to sacrifice an income to study, with a professional salary and bursary available to all students.
Support while you learn
During your internship, you will receive extensive guidance and support from education experts every step of the way. You will be assigned a Mentor Teacher from your school and a Teaching Specialist from MGSE who will prepare you for the school environment and provide support while you teach. On graduating, our interns are successful because of the extra support and guidance they had throughout the internship.
Earn while you learn
After an initial on-campus program, you'll be placed at a participating school on a starting para-professional salary, so you won’t need to compromise on having an income while you study. We are also delighted to announce the University of Melbourne Teaching Pathway Bursary. This $10,000 bursary will be awarded to all interns commencing for 2020 and is designed to ease the transition from work into the internship program. The bursary will be paid in two instalments of $5,000 each semester for the first year of the program.
Why choose the Master of Teaching (Secondary) Internship with us?
Our renowned internship is known for producing some of the best teachers in the country and is supported by the Victorian Government. The reputation of the University of Melbourne is strong and globally recognised, particularly for education where MGSE has been ranked #1 in Australia and #12 in the world.*
We’re the only initial teaching degree in Australia to use an Evidence-Based Teaching framework, putting research at the heart of what we do. MGSE is at the cutting edge of teaching and research, meaning you’ll be taught by a number of internationally-recognised education experts.
These factors combined mean you will finish your course confident of gaining employment. We rank with a high employment rate, with 96 per cent of our graduate’s gaining employment within the first four months of graduating.^
Indigenous Support and Knowledge
We offer a range of support services here at the University of Melbourne for Indigenous students, via Murrup Barak. Find out more here. We are also working to empower all teachers to integrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives in their teaching through the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Curricula project. Find out more here.
*The Times Higher Education, 2020
^Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching, Graduates Outcomes Survey 2017-2019