Potential Career Outcomes
- Early Childhood Teacher (ANZSCO 241111): currently on Medium and Long-term Strategic Skill List (MLTSSL)
- Primary School Teacher (ANZSCO 241213): currently on Short-term Skilled occupational list (STSOL)
- Secondary School Teacher (ANZSCO 241411): currently on Medium and Long-term Strategic Skill List (MLTSSL)
In Australia, the education sector is large, diverse and growing. It is projected that over the next 5 years, the education sector will experience a strong growth. To become a teacher in Australia, you must have at least a bachelor’s degree in teaching.
Interested in a career in teaching? In Australia, there are many courses you can take to start your career in this field. In these courses, you will be exposed to topics such as:
- Australian Literacy Test
- Literature for Children and Young Adults
- Student Health and Wellbeing
- Classroom Relationship
- Teaching Arts
- Education and Society
- Design and Digital Technologies
- Individuals in this field can earn on average $1,488 per week.
- The number of people working in this field is expected to grow strongly over the next 5 years.
- Most people in the field work in the Education and Training; Health Care and Social Assistance; and Public Administration and Safety industry.
Common Course Requirements
- Completion of secondary education
- Meet English proficiency (Usually at least IELTS 7.5 overall, with speaking 8, reading 7, writing 7, and listening 8)
- Bachelor of Education/ Bachelor of Education (Early Years) / Bachelor of Education (Primary)
Duration: 4 years
Intake: February, July
Cost: From $29,400 per year
Locations: Most cities across Australia