The requirements for undertaking the University of Cape Town (UCT) Diploma in Education.
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Programme Convenor: Dr Kate Angier
The PGCE is a one-year qualification to train graduates who wish to become school teachers. It is the ONLY qualification that provides professional registration with the South African Council for Educators (SACE) for graduates with degrees other than the BEd. NB: Both Foundation and Intermediate Phases are not offered in 2022.
|Please note that the PGCE is NOT offered by distance-learning nor by correspondence|
Admission to the PGCE is based on what subjects have been studied for the undergraduate degree, according to guidelines issued by the Department of Higher Education and Training. Teacher training is in accordance with appropriate prior degree courses in the subjects to be taught.
Applications are considered in order of receipt and admission to any PGCE or method course will be closed when the available places have been filled. Early application is advised.
Frequently Asked Questions by both prospective and current students.
Watch this admissions video, which was a webinar hosted by the Jakes Gerwel Fellowship Group. It is relevant to all prospective PGCE students.
Online applications for admission for the following year usually opens in April.
Fees: Details about fees are available here.
Bursaries: View the available options and have a look at the Financial Assistance Handbook for Postgraduate students.
|The closing date for applications are on 31 August. Please apply early.|
Your next move
UCT offers many programmes. If you do not meet up to the requirements of this programme you can consider another programme on the list. Go to >> University of Cape Town Faculties/Programmes.
However, if you meet the requirements and wish to apply to study this course. You can simply check the application processes.