Bachelor of Teaching (Early Childhood Education)

Become a confident and competent early childhood teacher with a good understanding of our social context in New Zealand. This programme includes three social/cultural perspectives: Māori, Pacific and general.     LEVEL 7



Programme Overview 

Level 7 programme

This programme provides the professional education that will give students the knowledge, capabilities, attitude, research and reflective practice to provide a sound base for early childhood teaching. Studies consist of five broad content strands:

  • Educational Studies in Human Development and Learning
  • General Education Studies
  • Curriculum Studies
  • Professional Development
  • Teaching Experience

Participants will be given a range of practical teaching experiences over the three years of the programme. ​​​



Campus Starts on Duration
Porirua 2017: 13 February Three years, full-time
Auckland City 2017: 7 February, 27 May, 13 September Three years, full-time (international students only)

Domestic Fees: $6,241 (per year)

International Fees: $19,950 NZD (per year)

 

Entry Requirements

Domestic students

Entry under 20 years of age: University Entrance (UE)

Entry over 20 years of age: evidence of literacy and numeracy equivalent to UE.

Candidates with English as an Additional Language (EAL) must have academic IELTS 7.0 in all bands

International students

International students must have the equivalent of University Entrance.

Entry IELTS 7.0 in all bands.

Career Opportunities:

Graduates will have the knowledge, capabilities, attitude, research and reflective practice to provide a sound base for early childhood teaching in a contemporary context. Graduates will be eligible to apply for teacher registration with the Education Council.

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