The MSc in Transformative Learning and Teaching is a unique, new programme providing both an academic masters qualification and professional registration to teach in Scotland; registration that is also held in high regard in many other countries worldwide.
If you join the GTC’s Preference Waiver Payment scheme - which means you agree to work in any Scottish local authority for your induction post - in return you will receive £8,000 if you are a secondary teacher, or £6,000 if you are a primary teacher. This payment will only be made if you complete your Teacher Induction Scheme year in the local authority that you have been allocated to.
Throughout the duration of the programme students will engage in both university-based learning and site-based learning, with groups of students being placed in school clusters: one cluster in year 1 and a different cluster in year 2. A cluster will typically be one secondary school together with associated primary and nursery provision. Placing students in groups will facilitate collaborative learning and support.
Teaching and assessment
The programme team has an enviable mix of professional experience as educators, and academic experience as leading researchers in the field of education. We share a passion for continued inquiry into our own education practices, and seek to engage with students on the programme in educational debate that will push the profession forward.
Entry requirements for admission to the MSc Transformative Learning & Teaching programme.
Fees and funding
Information about the tuition fee and funding available to students undertaking the MSc Transformative Learning and Teaching programme.
Please ensure you have read the entry requirements for the Transformative Learning & Teaching programme and are confident of meeting the criteria before applying online.
Further information about the Transformative Learning & Teaching programme.