University of New England

Bachelor of Educational Studies

University of New England
Institution rating
4.4
Duration
From 3 yearsfull-time(part-time available)
Study mode
Online, On-campus
Next start date
June

Why study this course

This program allows students to incorporate a wide range of subjects from across the University. It offers flexibility in Education career options, giving those candidates with an interest in Education but who do not wish to teach, the option of studying a broad range of Education subjects relating to education as a discipline (non-teaching).

Where is this course offered?

Available campuses

  • Armidale
Online study also available

The course duration and available study modes can vary depending on the campus.

Visit University of New England's website to find out more about your study options.

Student ratings of University of New England courses

University of New England
4.4
(260 reviews)
*Combined student rating of this institution's courses
5140
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Percentage of students that felt this course had a positive impact on their career
93%
Percentage of students that would recommend this course to a friend, relative or colleague
91%

Current and industry-relevant content
4.4
Course content compared to what was expected
4.4
Balance between theory and practical work
4.1
Quality of teachers and academic support
4.4
Ability to balance study with your other commitments
4.4
Assistance to help you find a job
3.4
Quality of online study portal
4.5
Transparency of course fees
4.5

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Bachelor of Educational Studies