- Course CodeCR_ARTED_9
- Field of StudyArt,Education
- Type of CourseMasters Degree
- Type of QualificationMaster of Arts
- Type of Study Full time
- Application Closing Date20th March 2020
- Duration2 years
The fees quoted below are a guideline for this course and are subject to change on an annual basis.
Professional Master of Education (Art and Design) (Year One) €6,000 - guideline
Professional Master of Education (Art and Design) (Year Two) €4,800 - guideline
Please note that these fees are payable to UCC. e-mail: email@example.com
Union of Students in Ireland (USI) Levy
The USI membership levy of €7.00 has been introduced as a result of a referendum where students opted to affiliate to the national Students’ Union. This levy must be paid before the start of Semester 1.
Under the Back to Education Programme (BTE) applicants may be eligible to apply for income support. The BTE programme is a second-chance education scheme for jobseekers, lone parents, and people with disabilities who are getting certain social welfare payments. Under the programme, income support is provided to allow participants undertake a second-level or third-level course to improve their education and skills. A jobseeker must be over 24 years old and on a jobseeker's payment for at least 12 months to qualify.
For more details, please visit http://www.studentfinance.ie/mp7237/back-to-education-allowance/index.html
The Professional Master of Education (Art and Design) (PME (Art and Design)) is recognised and accredited by the Teaching Council of Ireland for the purpose of registration as a post- primary teacher of Art and Design in Ireland and the EU.
The Professional Master of Education (Art and Design) (PME (Art and Design)) is a two-year, full-time Level 9 postgraduate professional teacher education programme offered jointly by CIT Crawford College of Art & Design and University College, Cork, that leads to a professional qualification as post-primary teacher of Art and Design. It is recognised and accredited by the Teaching Council of Ireland for the purpose of registration as a post-primary teacher of Art and Design in Ireland and the EU. The programme integrates three strands of study.
During the two-year PME (Art and Design) programme, students are introduced to best practice in teaching, learning and educational research with special emphasis on meeting the diverse needs of learners, on the curriculum and on current issues in education. Students are encouraged to integrate educational theory and practice through extensive reflection on their own professional classroom practice. They are supported in their development by experienced teachers in school and tutored by specialist CIT CCAD and UCC staff in nurturing their professional identity as teachers.
No. of weeks per semester: 12
No. of timetable hours week
Year 1: 8 - 10
Year 2: 6 - 7
Which days: Monday to Friday
Duration: Four semesters
Candidates must have, as a minimum requirement, a H2.2 primary degree in a Fine Art or Design discipline(s) or equivalent (for example Degree + Masters that is recognised by the Teaching Council of Ireland as qualifying you to teach Art and Design at post-primary level upon registration with the Teaching Council. In some cases, equivalent qualifications that are recognised by the Teaching Council for the teaching of Art and Design may be considered. You can get further relevant information on their website http://www.teachingcouncil.ie/ or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling +353 (0)1 651 7900 or LoCall 1890 224 224
Please be advised the Teaching Council does not pre-assess qualifications for individuals who are applying for the PME Art & Design and it is up to applicants to self-assess their qualifications to ensure they meet the requirements for the PME Art & Design providers and the Teaching Council.
Please refer to the website: The Teaching Council Subject Registration Requirements:
Eligible applicants will also be interviewed. Interviews are expected to be held in late May, early June 2020.
This programme requires applicants to undergo a Garda Vetting process. This requirement is due to the mandatory external placement element of the programme which will bring the applicant into contact with children or vulnerable adults and in which they will assume positions of trust. In the Republic of Ireland responsibility for the vetting of all personnel working in a full-time, part-time or in a voluntary capacity with children or vulnerable adults, lies with the Garda Central Vetting Unit (GCVU) which is located in Thurles. University College Cork (UCC), the co-ordinating institution of the joint award PME Art and Design, has engaged with the GCVU to develop liaison mechanisms which will aid the Garda Vetting process. Commencement of school placement and registration on the programme are subject to full compliance with the University’s policy, practice and requirements in respect of Garda Vetting.
Application closing date: 20th March 2020.
Lectures will begin the week 31st August 2020
If you would like to apply for the Professional Master of Education (Art and Design) offered by CIT Crawford College of Art & Design and University College, Cork, please note applications for the Professional Master of Education (Art and Design) are made through the PAC site via the attached link on the general PAC site: www.pac.ie/ucc Course Code CKD25 through PAC.ie
As University College Cork (UCC) is the co-ordinating institution, further information regarding the programme and application process can also be located here https://www.ucc.ie/en/ckd25/
The PME (Art and Design) is a two-year, 120 credit Level 9 programme leading to a professional teaching qualification. It is offered jointly by CIT CCAD and UCC and is organised in partnership with second-level schools, normally located within a 50 km (30 mile) radius of Cork city.
On successful completion of the programme, you will have acquired the professional knowledge, the diverse subject knowledge, the understanding and skills that you need to teach Art and Design in a second-level school. You will have gained practical experience in two contrasting school settings, and developed your ability to respond flexibly to the diverse and changing needs of students aged 12 to 18. You will have been challenged, encouraged and invited to question your beliefs and assumptions about the purpose of education, the nature of teaching and learning and the role of the teacher in the 21st century.
In Year 1, students undertake 60 credits of learning:
In Year 2, students undertake a further 60 credits of learning:
**All Applicants please note: modules listed in the programme description above are indicative of the current set of modules for this course, but these are subject to change from year to year. Please check the college calendar UCC, for the full academic content of any given course for the current year.