Master in Education: Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) - Máster en Educación: Enseñanza de Inglés para Extranjeros
In the Master of Teaching (Secondary) Internship you get paid to teach in a secondary school while completing your teaching degree.
Following a rigorous selection process, we´ll match applicants who have the right mix of outstanding academic results, experience and aptitude to teaching internships in secondary schools around Victoria.
After an initial on-campus program, you´ll commence teaching in your school of employment on a starting salary. You will be provided with an exceptionally strong support network of supervisors, mentors and coaches to help you transition into leading a classroom. By undertaking your academic studies alongside teaching, you can continuously apply what you are learning.
An undergraduate degree from an approved institution
Previous study that satisfies the requirements for two learning areas.
(Applicant’s learning areas will be matched with school vacancies as part of the selection process. Mathematics, sciences, and languages are common vacancies in schools making it likely a number of internship opportunities will focus on these learning areas)
All applicants must meet English Language Requirements and TeacherSelector standards
Successful completion of an MGSE selection interview
Permission to Teach (PTT) granted by the Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT).
(Successful applicants will be notified when to apply for PTT)
The Master of Teaching (Secondary) Internship consists of 200 credit points taken over three years while you are also employed and teaching at a secondary school.
You will complete 150 points over the first two years while teaching on a reduced teaching load (0.8 FTE), enabling time for university studies. In your final year, you will transition to full-time employment (1.0 FTE) while completing 50 points through capstone studies, or a research project.
Study is structured around five campus-based intensives with additional study conducted online throughout each year. The course starts in November with a 6-week study program and school induction. You will then commence employment in a school the following January from the beginning of Term 1.
The Master of Teaching (Secondary) Internship will qualify you for full registration with the VIT as a secondary teacher.
If you intend to teach outside Victoria, we recommend you check registration requirements with the relevant body.