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Teacher training programmes

The Academy of Music and Drama trains and educates music teachers for the elementary (basic) school level and sixth-form college. It also trains and educates drama teachers for sixth-form college.

Teacher training in music

The students who were admitted in 2013 had sixth-form college as their speciality and the following subject combinations: music and advanced music, music and French, music and Swedish as a second language, music and mathematics, and music and German.
The next admissions opportunity will be in the spring term 2016, and studies will start in the autumn term 2016.

Teacher training in drama at sixth-form college level

In the autumn term of 2011, our teacher training in drama was launched. It takes five years and drama as a subject is combined with another subject. The object of the programme is to train and educate teachers for work in sixth-form colleges and the aim is to provide broad, solid knowledge and skills for teaching with drama as one's starting point.
The next admissions opportunity will be in the spring term 2016, and studies will start in the autumn term 2016.

Teacher training in dance

Sweden's newest dance teacher training is in Gothenburg. As a dance educator and dance teacher in dance you have an exciting career to look forward to. You can work with dance in upper secondary school, elementary school, as a teacher in "kulturskolan" and in other pedagogical contexts outside the school world.

Ongoing teacher training

The Academy of Music and Drama also has primary responsibility for specialities in teacher training that are currently ongoing.
Teacher training is the most extensive single programme at the University of Gothenburg.

Contact Information

Olle Zandén

Head of Education Pedagogy Unit,

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Page Manager: Tobias Egle|Last update: 8/31/2017
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