Master of Teaching (MTeach)


The Master of Teaching (MTeach) programme at the UCL Institute of Education is a 180 credit Masters course with flexible mode of study​ which can be taken over 2 to 5 years. Each module uses face-to-face and online activities. These are designed to fit in with teachers’ busy professional lives (e.g. occasional Saturday face-to-face sessions). The course has a number of ‘pathways’ which use modules specifically designed to suit teachers at different stages of their career. These include: New Teacher, Experienced Teacher, Mandarin Teacher and SEN Practitioner.

In partnership with the UCL IOE, the IOE CI is offering a new MTeach module – ‘Understanding the Teaching and Learning of Mandarin Chinese in Schools’. This module will count as 30 credits towards the MTeach qualification. To read the experiences of two Chinese teachers who have completed this module, please see our MTeach blogpost.

MTeach Campus Pathways


“Understanding the Teaching and Learning of Mandarin Chinese in Schools” MTeach module


Entry guidelines for the MTeach can be found online here. For all queries regarding the MTeach, including questions about the general course structure, funding opportunities etc, please contact Adam Unwin at the MTeach team directly: Adam Unwin- or the MTeach team at: