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Teaching

Teaching degrees train professionals to educate students of various ages. Teaching degrees have come a long way, moving from classical theoretic textbook studies to applied, interactive, and career-oriented learning. Teachers can practice at elementary, middle, high school, and university levels, or become experts in special education, vocational education, alternative learning, or online learning.

Choose your dream international preparatory study from 3 Teaching Pre-Bachelors in New Zealand!

Want to meet entry requirements and get admitted to a degree in Teaching in New Zealand? Take a look at our selection of foundation degrees in Teaching offered by top universities in New Zealand. You can also read more about what to generally expect from a foundation programme in Teaching, and what it is like to study a preparatory programme in New Zealand. Many universities in New Zealand offer study programmes taught in English. Before starting a programme, you need to have a basic knowledge of the English language. Assess your level of English by taking the IELTS language test.

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Study abroad in New Zealand, a small island nation with some of the best living conditions in the world. International students coming to study in New Zealand can pick from diverse degrees provided by universities and colleges in the country, offering great career opportunities after graduation.

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Pre-Bachelors

Pre-Bachelors are foundation degrees designed to prepare future students with practical knowledge for a chosen academic discipline and help them integrate to university life.

Pre-Bachelors enable international students to improve their chances of meeting undergraduate degree admission requirements. Students receiving intensive English speaking training, academic skills preparation, as well as introductions to their chosen subject, meant to satisfy the academic expectations of a future Bachelor’s degree.

What are foundation degrees?

Foundation degrees, also known as foundation programmes, preparation degree courses, pathway programmes, foundation year studies, or pre university courses (including pre-Bachelors and pre-Masters) are designed to provide international students with appropriate training and access to a Bachelor’s or Master’s degrees abroad. International students choose university preparation courses for language training, better chances of studying abroad at a good university, and cultural adaptation.

Many foundation year studies guarantee student admission to a specific Bachelor’s or Master’s degree at the same university. University pathway courses also help students adapt to university life, meet other students and make new friends. A pre-Bachelor or pre-Master experience helps students decide to either pursue a university degree further, or switch to a different discipline or university.

Pre university courses specialise in a wide range of disciplines resulting in pre-MBAs, pre-med courses, pre nursing programmes, pre law degrees, pre-Masters in psychology, pre economics studies, finance preparation courses, business foundation degrees, and other academic foundation programmes.

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