If you want to become a teacher, you want to know you'll be taught by the best teachers out there. Well, we don't mean to brag, but...that's us.
We're rated five stars for teaching quality*, and have been for 17 consecutive years. As an educator, you'll work to inspire younger generations to continue making the world a better place. But before that, our educators will do their best to inspire you.
We'll support you throughout your studies to hone your skills in the classroom, while developing you as a future leader in education.
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A UniSC program is helping to equip educators with better ways to teach technology to primary school students.