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BSc (Hons) Computer Science with Education and Qualified Teacher Status Interview

 Welcome to the BSc (Hons) Computer Science with Education and Qualified Teacher Status

Our programme has been designed for those who are passionate about the idea of becoming a secondary school teacher in 3 years, rather than the normal 4 year route. 

The practical experience you gain on this course, and your carefully tailored programme of learning, will ensure you are ideally placed to find employment as a teacher of Computer Science.

All interviews take place at the Cass School of Education and Communities at UEL's Stratford campus.

University of East London
Water Lane
London
E15 4LZ

Unfortunately there is no parking available on site.

On arrival, please report to the main reception.

  • The originals and a photocopy of your academic qualifications to the interview including GCSE Level certificates for mathematics, English language and science. Functional Skills will not be accepted.
  • Your original passport.
 The entire interview process lasts about three hours and will consist of the following:  
  • A group task
  • An English test
  • A Mathematics test
  • An individual interview.
     

Our aim is to find out as much as we can about your attributes, skills, knowledge and understanding in order to shape training opportunities for you, should you be offered a place on the programme. Your responses to these tasks and activities will be considered alongside all the other evidence to assess your suitability for the Primary QTS programme. During the individual interview you will be given the chance to talk with a tutor about the programme and any other issues that are relevant.

Our aim is to find out as much as we can about your attributes, skills, knowledge and understanding in order to shape training opportunities for you, should you be offered a place on the programme. 

Your responses to tasks and activities will be considered alongside all the other evidence to assess your suitability for the programme. During the individual interview, you will be given the chance to talk with a tutor about the programme and any other issues that are relevant.

We will notify you of the outcome of your interview through UCAS.

 

If you have any special access or communication requirements for your visit, please let us know prior to your visit.