Honours track: U-TEAch
U-TEAch (Utrecht Teacher Education Academy) is a selective honours track which provides extra enrichment to the regular Teacher Education possible at Utrecht University.
We offer U-TEAch in partnership with various international and bilingual schools (tto) in the Netherlands and abroad, creating a perfect combination of theory and practice. You will be taught and coached by a team of experienced teachers at our partner schools and teacher educators. This combination of work and study means that you have the opportunity to immediately practice what you learn in class in a classroom environment.
Science Education and Communication (Teacher Degree) students follow subject-specific mandatory courses and electives during their first year and do U-TEAch in their second year. This means your study timeline will be different from the regular programme.
In addition to the required modules of the teacher training programme, U-TEAch offers you three integrated courses: Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL), International and Cross Cultural Education (ICE) and Internationalise Your Classroom (IYC).
See below for a complete overview of all courses that are part of the Master’s U-TEAch programme:
See below for:
- The electives you may choose during the first year of the programme
- The course overview of U-TEAch part (the second year) of the programme
- Information about the internships during the U-TEAch part (the second year) of the programme
The course leads to a Dutch first-degree teaching certificate which fully qualifies you to teach at Dutch schools in your school subject. In addition to the first-degree teaching certificate, you will receive a U-TEAch honours certificate to provide evidence that you have specialized in international and bilingual teaching.
Matt Decovsky (firstname.lastname@example.org) is the coordinator of the U-TEACH track and may also be contacted in case of any questions regarding U-TEAch. Both Matt Decovsky and Peter Mesker (email@example.com) are tutors within the U-TEAch programme.