At AUT's School of Education we are passionate about future-oriented education. In the past, school students needed teachers who could help them master existing knowledge, but today's students need much more than this.

We offer courses for aspiring teachers from early childhood and primary to secondary teaching.

Study education with us to gain sound academic knowledge and also develop essential practical teaching skills. Our bachelor's degrees include 22 weeks of professional practice, and our one-year programmes 15 weeks.

For your placements you will join an early childhood centre or primary school, and experience the classroom and the role of the teacher for yourself. Many of our students are offered jobs during these teaching placements.

Undergraduate programmes
Bachelor of Education ([Specialty] Teaching) — Specialties include: Mainstream or Pasifika teaching.
Bachelor of Arts (Education)

Certificate in (Specialty) Education

Secondary and specialist teaching qualifications
Graduate Diploma in Secondary Teaching
Graduate Diploma and Graduate Certificate in Arts

Professional Learning and Development 

Postgraduate programmes
Postgraduate Diploma in Education
Postgraduate Certificate in Education
Postgraduate Certificate in Educational Leadership
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Education
Master of Education
Master of Educational Leadership
Master of Education Practice
Master of Teaching and Learning (Primary)
Master of Philosophy
Doctor of Philosophy
Doctor of Education 

School news

Application information
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Opportunities for students
Workplace experience

Programme information
Undergraduate Study Guide 2017
Postgraduate Study Guide 2017
Timetable information

Staff profiles
Student profiles
Educational Futures

Contact us
School of Education Reception
North Campus
90 Akoranga Drive
Auckland 0627
Phone: 0800 AUT UNI

Last updated: 28-Jul-2017 2.51pm

The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.