7th October 2004




Do you work in education or training and require a recognised teaching or Masters degree qualification? If so, the University of Lincoln may be able to help.


The International Institute for Education Leadership (IIEL) has some places available for 2004-5, allowing applicants to gain a Post Graduate Certificate of Education (PGCE) or Masters degree.


The PGCE programme is a part-time course for anyone already working in post-16 education or training, particularly those who would like to achieve an academically recognised teaching qualification.


The programme is a two-year part-time course and, because it is a teaching qualification, is likely to attract a mandatory award from the relevant local education authorities to cover the cost of the course fees.


Part-time Masters degrees are also available in education leadership and management skills, as well as developments in education for teachers, lecturers, head teachers, principals, trainers, consultants, senior administrators and bursars.


“The courses are a reminder to people working in education that the university has lots to offer,” said IIEL director Fergus O’Sullivan.


Anyone wanting more information on the PGCE or Masters programmes should call 01522 886644 or email iiel@lincoln.ac.uk.



For more information contact:

Matt Cross, Assistant Press Officer

(01522) 886625                                   mcross@lincoln.ac.uk