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Master of Teaching application requirements

Applicants for the Accelerated Pathway for Master of Teaching (Secondary Education Major) MC-TEACH (MJRP-TCHSC), will be required to meet the following additional entry criteria:

  1. Record of strong academic performance 
    Students will need to have achieved a CWA of at least 70 (or equivalent GPA) in the undergraduate degree which they are using to apply for the course.
  2. Indication that student will be able to manage fast-paced, online learning 
    Complete the Index of Learning Styles Questionnaire online. The questionnaire takes approximately 5-10 minutes. Once you have completed the questionnaire, your results will be displayed and you will need to print the screen as a PDF and submit this document with your application.

Applications to be sent to the School of Education for assessment at this point.

Applicants who successfully meet the two additional entry criteria above will be contacted to continue with the following two assessments:

  1. Teacher Capability Assessment Tool (TCAT) 
    The TCAT is a web-based assessment tool that has been developed by the University of Melbourne to help understand the competencies, characteristics and attributes of people interested in a teaching career. More information about this assessment can be found at Applicants will be sent an email with a link to register for the TCAT. The assessment will need to be completed within two weeks of receiving the email containing TCAT login details.
  2. Interview 
    Applicants will be required to attend an interview with the Accelerated Pathway Entry Panel to determine their compatibility with the demands of the accelerated program. Factors that will be considered may include any competing time demands, study and time management approach, resilience and personal circumstances.


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