Why study education & teaching?

Do you require a nationally recognised qualification to teach? Are you ready to advance your teaching career through professional learning? The University of Tasmania offers courses for new (pre-service) and in-service educators.

Go beyond the traditional classroom learning experience.

With school-based classroom placements, work-integrated activities, international exchange and online learning options, you can choose to learn locally, interstate or in a variety of overseas locations.

Our online teaching degrees were amongst the first in the country. Combined with over 100 years of experience in teacher education, we have the expertise in providing students with classroom fundamentals, and the skills to adapt and innovate their classroom practice with new technologies and teaching techniques.

Our range of education courses will empower your teaching, enrich your expertise and advance your career as an educator.

We’re rolling out an updated curriculum from 2018, providing you with even greater flexibility and choice for learning, and opportunities to learn through real world experience.

“...I’m from Hobart and I didn’t want to move away to study. I’ve studied online for the past four years, which has been fantastic and I’ve been able to fit study around my work too.”

Careers in education & teaching

Teachers are responsible for inspiring, motivating and mentoring their students, whilst imparting knowledge and learning.

Our students learn and develop the core teaching skills of leadership, communication and organisation. As a graduate, you will be amongst the leaders in the country in literacy and numeracy. As an educator, you will be engaged in the collaborative and collegial environment of life-long learning and experience.

Whether you are inspired to teach or are ready to enhance your career with specialist studies, we have the course for the educator you aspire to be.

Career options

  • Coaching
  • Childcare management
  • Curriculum officer
  • Early childhood teacher
  • Education officer
  • Education designer
  • Health and Physical Education teacher
  • Industry trainer
  • Outdoor educator
  • Principal
  • Personal trainer
  • Pedagogy specialist
  • Policy officer
  • Primary teacher
  • Recreation and fitness officer
  • Support officer
  • Secondary teacher
  • Science and Mathematics teacher
  • Sports management
  • Teacher aide
  • TAFE teacher
  • Tutor
  • Vocational education
  • Youth worker

What's next?