Date of entry

January 2023

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Entry requirements

Honours degree at 2:2 or above in computing, education or a therapeutic subject OR an equivalent qualification (e.g. postgraduate certificate/ diploma of education) OR experience in assistive technology and special education.

You will be invited for an online interview. The interview will test your experience, motivation, and suitability to work with potentially vulnerable people.

You will need to be employed in a role suitable for the learning outcomes to be achieved. This could include a teaching, therapy or assistive technology focussed role in a school, college, university, third sector, or care organisation.

Please provide:
  • details of your employment on your personal statement
  • a letter of support from a suitable senior member of staff in your employing organisation indicating their support for you to undertake the course


You will have to obtain a full disclosure / Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) member status or equivalent before starting this course.

If you do not have a suitable employment context please contact us to discuss your application. It may be possible to arrange a suitable placement opportunity, however this must be agreed and arranged with the programme team in advance.

English language requirements

You do not need to prove your knowledge of English if you are a national of certain countries.

IELTS Academic

Overall

6.5

Listening

5.5

Reading

5.5

Writing

6.0

Speaking

6.0

Dentistry, Health Sciences, and Social Work courses only accept UK Visas & Immigration (UKVI) approved Secure English Language Test (SELT) as proof of English language.

Don’t meet the English language requirements?

Pre-sessional English for international students

If you hold a conditional offer and you have not yet met the English entry requirements for a degree course at the University, we can help you with our pre-sessional English courses.

Learn more about our pre-sessional English courses.

International College Dundee

If you do not meet our academic grade requirements for your chosen course, we can offer you an alternative route to begin your studies. Our international incorporated degrees will develop your subject knowledge, academic English and university level study skills.

Learn more about our International College Dundee options.

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