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PGDE Secondary Teaching (English Medium) History

History and Archaeology and History at University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI):
4.5 / 5
STUDY MODEFull-Time
LENGTH12 months
LEARNINGOn Campus
PLACEMENT YEARNot Available
YEAR ABROADNot Available
FOUNDATION YEARNot Available

PGDE Secondary Teaching (English Medium) History

The course is offered in partnership with Argyll and Bute, Comhairle nan Eilean Siar, Highland, Moray, Orkney Islands, Perth and Kinross, and Shetland Islands Councils, each working with the university

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What you will need to do

Apply by 25 Jan
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Points of entry for PGDE Secondary Teaching (English Medium) History

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Entry requirements for History and Archaeology and History at University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI)
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Most relevant Student Reviews for History at University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI)

member858578
23rd May 21

History, BA Hons FullTime

My experience with this programme wa not good and I would implore anyone wanting to study History to avoid UHI. The programme is very good at promoting itself as a forward thinking academic department in touch with modern issues. It is nothing more than meaningless virtue signalling. The lecturers don't care about its students unless they share the same academic interests and approaches of the lecturing staff. This means that if you have academic interests outside of a narrow field of historiography you will recieve no support from the department and will be treated as nothing more than a vessel for them to plant their backwards ideas into. Complaints or concerns are treated as personal attacks on the department which makes change impossible. It also means that toxic students are allowed to get away with nasty behaviour as the department will protect their favourites from any sort of discipline. read more

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member941846
29th August 19

History, BA Hons FullTime

Very interesting topics especially on Scottish history. Lecturers are amazing as well. read more

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