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Tag Archives: education
Calling our amazing history students! Have you ever considered a career in teaching, but have some questions about whether it’s the right career for you? This Friday at 11am, the University’s Institute of Education (IoE) are holding a Postgraduate Teacher … Continue reading
Date: Wednesday 3rd February from 1-2pm Venue: HUMSS 128 Join Teach First for a pizza lunch to discover more about their special route to accelerate your leadership career in education, business and beyond. Teach First is a graduate employer, who … Continue reading