Teaching and Education

Spark young people's interests, fuel their developing passions, and guide their learning to prepare them for life and career success.

Graduate ready to run the classroom

As a University of Adelaide teaching student, you'll graduate with the real-world skills and confidence to immediately enter the classroom and lead young people’s learning. With us you will:

  • get hands-on practical teaching experience through in-school placements in every study year
  • deepen your practical experience through teaching internships
  • learn from a strong network of world-class teaching professionals and education experts.

Master digital learning technologies

The University has partnered with Apple Australia and New Zealand to be the only Australian university incorporating the Apple eLearning program in teaching degrees. The program will enable you to:

  • develop the ability to create outstanding learning resources and lesson plans with current-generation iPads
  • hone your digital technology teaching skills through placements in some of Australia’s most cutting-edge schools
  • gain internationally recognised Apple Teacher status.

Career prospects

Employment growth for the majority of teaching and education-related roles range from stable to very strong.

  • Ranked #90 globally for Education*
  • Ranked #1 in South Australia for Arts and Humanities^
  • Australia’s only Apple eLearning program

*Times Higher Education World University Rankings by Subject, 2022
^Times Higher Education Rankings by Subject, 2022; QS World University Rankings by Subject, 2022
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Choose your level of study
The implementation of the e-learning program and incorporation of Apple devices and technologies throughout the degree holds an exclusiveness about it. Soley for the education degree, 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.