Is it your dream to become a teacher? The University of Adelaide provides three exciting pathways to becoming a middle or secondary school teacher.


Bachelor of Teaching (Middle)

A truly unique four year double degree program that prepares you to teach middle years students (Years 7 -10). Combine Teaching with Arts, Mathematical and Computer Science, Music or Science.

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Bachelor of Teaching (Secondary)

Our four year Bachelor of Teaching (Secondary) degree focuses on teaching students in years 8-12. It gives you the opportunity to combine Teaching in a double degree with Arts, Mathematical and Computer Science, Music or Science.

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Master of Teaching (Middle and Secondary)

Designed for aspiring teachers who have completed an undergraduate degree, this two-year degree is offered in accelerated mode (1.5 years) and provides a professional qualification that is accredited by the Teachers’ Registration Board of South Australia.

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Head of School of Education,
Professor Faye McCallum

"Teaching programs at the University of Adelaide focus on quality and contemporary learning and teaching. We aim to future-proof the profession – in our degrees there is a unique eLearning program that will help you prepare for online teaching and the digital world. There is also a focus on wellbeing in education - for children/young people, for you as the teacher, and for leaders. Academic staff at the School of Education have teaching experience and are active researchers in lots of important educational areas. Our alumni teach and lead schools locally, nationally and internationally. They are in high demand, as are our graduates who gain employment in all sectors across the globe because of their unique teaching skills and expert discipline knowledge.”


Sebastian Cardone

Bachelor of Teaching (Middle) with Bachelor of Arts

"The implementation of the eLearning program and incorporation of Apple devices and technologies throughout the degree holds an exclusiveness about it. It allows students to understand how powerful a tool a tablet can be in the classroom. The creative aspect to let your imagination run free certainly rings true in the tech reliant world we live in today and it’s the need to adapt to this inevitability that will allow the next generation of young teachers coming through to really be, ‘mavericks of change and innovation’


Izabella Kepes

Bachelor of Teaching with Bachelor of Science

The link between STEM and creating a more innovative world in order to solve the problems our generation face is constantly increasing. To study a double degree with secondary teaching gives me the incentive to achieve the best results to help me empower new generations of young adults to use what they learn inside the classroom in everyday problems affecting the world.


Fiona Dimopoulos

Master of Teaching (Middle and Secondary)

"The Master of Teaching is delivered by experienced and passionate academics who model all the qualities of great teachers. The programme promotes new teaching approaches and empowers pre-service teachers to develop both professionally and personally. Through the programme I have been able to critically explore and further mature my skills and ethos as an educator."