About the courseThis course provides a high standard of training and subject knowledge for those who wish to take up a teaching post in the secondary school sector teachingdrama. It will give you both drama knowledge at degree level and ensure that those who are successful will be recommended for the award of Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) - the professional award required by all those who wish to teach in a maintained secondary school. You will undertake both Drama modules and periods of education-based learning at the Walsall Campus - University of Wolverhampton. You will also spend at least 120 days divided between a range of different schools at different times during the three year course. As a trainee you will learn how to teach Drama to pupils in the 11-16 age range within the secondary age phase, with additional primary and post-16 enhancements.
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AboutThe University of Wolverhampton is a public university located on four campuses across the West Midlands, Shropshire and Staffordshire in England. The roots of the university lie in the Wolverhampton Tradesmens and Mechanics Institute founded in 1827 and the 19th-century growth of the Wolverhampton Free Library, which developed technical, scientific, commercial and general classes. This merged in 1969 with the Municipal School of Art, originally founded in 1851, to form the Wolverhampton Polytechnic.
The University of Wolverhampton has been providing students with life-changing opportunities for more than 190 years. With over 500 courses to choose from, international students can move closer to their career goals. Three faculties offer courses in more than 70 subject areas, with many courses accredited by professional bodies.
Wolverhampton is in a central location in the UK, with Birmingham just 18 minutes away by train. Manchester can be reached in 70 minutes, and London in approximately 90minutes. Wolverhampton also offers a cheap cost of living compared to other UK cities.
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Walsall Campus - University of Wolverhampton
Gorway Road Walsall West Midlands WS1 3EZOpen in maps See all courses at this campus
The Walsall Campus is based a mile from Walsall town centre. Students studying sport, music, dance, education, health, events management, tourism and hospitality are based here. Opened in 2005, the Student Village provides accommodation for over 300 students. The campus has a teaching building with three lecture theatres and specialist teaching rooms. Its also home to the Institute for Learning Enhancement Facilities at Boundary House allow trainee nurses and other healthcare professionals to follow the academic part of their course. The Performance Hub houses performing arts facilities and opened in September 2011.