Avenesh Mahtani graduated from QMUL in 2010, and has since gone on to work as a teacher; teaching ages 6 right through to 76! … More Guest Blog: Skills I Use Every Day as a Teacher
My name is Avenesh Mahtani and I graduated from QMUL’s School of Business and Management in 2010 with 1st Class Honours. Since 2010, I have been working as a teacher in Germany. Below I share some of my advice for anyone considering expatriating to Europe’s largest economy: Learn The Language: Many native English speakers are … More Graduate story: Tips on living and working in Germany
My name is Avenesh Mahtani and I graduated from QMUL’s School of Business and Management in 2010 with 1st Class Honours. Since 2010, I have been working as a teacher in Germany. Having worked in adult education until 2016, I changed to primary school teaching in 2017 and have worked at an international school teaching … More Graduate story: From Business Management to Teaching
Applications are now open for teaching courses for next academic year. Find out more about the different training options and funding available, as well as that you might be able to teach more subjects that you had thought. What are the different ways to become a teacher? There are two different routes to qualifying to … More Getting into teaching – new routes in and subject options available
Hi, I’m Ani! I have been a student at Queen Mary for five years and officially almost ready to leave with two degrees this August. I look forward to completing my MA in English studies: English Literature degree and looking especially forward to my first ever winter graduation! I have always been interested in working … More Student story: Networking success
Thinking about going into teaching? It’s a fantastic, noble career with great prospects for those who stick with it. Let’s look at some of the facts. You’d be in demand Teachers are like Tangfastics – there are never enough to go round. If you’re a teacher wannabe, the laws of supply and demand are working … More Guest blog: Becoming A Teacher – The Facts
This post first appeared on the Develop Your Career blog. Science based industries currently employ about 5.4 million people. By 2030, this is expected to rise to about 7 million. But with a shortage of physics teachers in the UK, who is going to teach school children the skills they need to take on these … More Why become a Physics teacher?