Religious Studies - Post Primary Teaching

St. Mary's University College


Course Name Religious Studies - Post Primary Teaching
Course Provider St. Mary's University College
Course Code 32950 (Assigned by Qualifax. Not an official code)
Course Type Northern Ireland
Award NameNFQ ClassificationAwarding BodyNFQ Level
Degree - Honours Bachelor Queens University Belfast None
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Attendance Options Full time
Location (Districts) Belfast
Application Date

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For full-time undergraduate courses, applications for 2014 entry may be submitted from 1st October 2013 until 13th January 2014. Any form received after the closing date will be deemed late. Late applications may be considered if vac...

Qualification Letters BEd Hons
Duration 4 years
Entry Requirements

Expand+Equivalent Qualifications for Undergraduate Courses
BTEC/OCR Qualifications:
The College will consider BTEC/OCR qualifications as equivalent to GCE A level. However, admission decisions will be based on the outcome of individual unit results. The ...

Leaving Certificate Entry Requirements

Expand+Applicants Presenting Irish Leaving Certificate Qualifications
• Applicants must pass six subjects at higher level for admission to BEd courses, five for admission to the BA Liberal Arts course.

• Applicants must have achieved at least a grade D...

Alternative Entry

Expand+Access for Mature Applicants
St Mary’s welcomes applications from mature students. Each application is considered individually, and account is taken of the applicant’s experience and achievements. However, the College requires evidence of recent st...

Course Fee

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All full-time and part-time students will be charged tuition fees. These include PGCE students. For students who are Northern Ireland domiciled, fees are currently £3,575 per year and are normally subject to an annual inflationary incr...

Financial Support

Expand+Maintenance Grants
Grants of up to a maximum of £3,475 will be available to full-time undergraduate students from lower-income households. Students from Northern Ireland with a household income of £19,203 or less will receive the full non-refundabl...

Course Content

Expand+Why Become a Teacher?
Children will always need and deserve excellent teachers. It is their right as individuals, it is the expectation of their parents and it is necessary for the future prosperity of our society. At St Mary’s University College w...

Subjects Taught

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Students will consider various aspects of Religious Studies. Among the areas covered in the present course are studies of selected sections of the New Testament and the Old Testament, issues relating to handing on the faith and und...

Assessment Method Assessment is through coursework and written examinations.

Expand+Subsidiary Subjects
Students choose a subsidiary subject which they will study for the first two years of their course. They will be trained to teach this subject in addition to their main subject, but not to the same level in school.

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Further Enquiries The Admissions Office
St Mary’s University College
191 Falls Road
Belfast BT12 6FE
Tel: (+44) 028 9026 8320
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