The Student Experience
At the Carnegie School of Education, we have a varied course portfolio to match the expectations and aspirations of all students. Whether it's studying to gain Qualified Teacher Status, to kick start your career in the world of education or changing career direction. We deliver programmes which engage our students and support professional development through the direct application of theory to practice. We strive to provide each and every student with as many opportunities as possible to hone and nurture your talents. Our Student Partnership Strategy enables students to collaborate with us on course design, teaching evaluation and research projects, ensuring the student voice is at the heart of our school.
Student Support and Opportunities
Your academic studies are important to us, but so is your well-being. Our aim is to continue the support that has been invaluable throughout secondary school education. The Course Administration and Pastoral Team offers a range of support. The Pastoral Team is located in Carnegie Hall, Room G03 and a number of drop in session are available here.
You can also call 0113 8123539 or email:
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Placements / Careers
Gaining professional experience is key and so all of our undergraduate courses include placements. But our placements are more than just work experience: our students work in organisations on real projects that have real impact. From honing your teaching skills in a wide range of schools to working for charities on food poverty projects, from working on a social change team to building leadership skills in nurseries, our placements will give you the skills that set you apart in a competitive job market. We’ll also provide you with outstanding support to build your career, helping to develop your professional skills from week one, with sessions on digital identities, networking, entrepreneurialism and interview skills.