Master of Teaching (Primary) - Information Evening Event as iCalendar

27 February 2018

6 - 7pm

Venue: Kohia Centre, Epsom Campus

Location: Gate 1, 78 Epsom Avenue Auckland

Host: Faculty of Education and Social Work

Website: RSVP

primary teacher

Have you thought about using your professional and personal talents to inspire the next generation of young learners?

Are you interested in a career that is fulfilling, meaningful and full of variety?

The Master of Teaching (Primary) is a one-year masters programme designed for graduates of other degree disciplines to be able to become a qualified teacher. Our next intake for the MTchg(Primary) programme starts in July 2018.

Attend this information session and find out how you can take your career in a new direction

At this event you will:

  • Hear about what primary teaching is all about and what it’s like being a teacher.
  • Learn about the Master of Teaching Primary programme and why there is a focus on effective teaching for priority group learners.
  • Find out about the learning hubs established in partnership with Auckland primary schools and how you will learn in schools, with teachers.
  • Talk with teaching staff and current students in the Master of Teaching Primary programme and ask all your burning questions.
  • Receive application advice and support from our Student Advisers.

Register for the Information Evening here >

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Why teach?
As a primary school teacher, you can enjoy the rewards of helping make a real difference in the learning and lives of primary-school-aged children and supporting them to realise their full potential.

New Zealand needs more teachers who are motivated to make lasting improvements in the learning and engagement of students from all backgrounds and in all circumstances. This is especially true for priority student groups: identified as learners who are Māori, Pacific Island, those with special needs, and those from low socio-economic communities.

Find out more about the Master of Teaching (Primary) at

Note: To be eligible for this programme, you must hold a bachelors degree or higher (in any discipline) with a GPA of 5.0.