School of Education

Postgraduate Certificate in Education (International) - Bangkok, Thailand

Study a PGCEi in Bangkok, Thailand

PGCEi in Bangkok, Thailand

Application deadline


Course start date 1 October 2018
Some short online pre-course preparation tasks for the face-to-face work.

Applicants are required to attend only one of the compulsory face-to-face events. Please indicate in your personal statement which event you wish to attend. Please note that places are limited for each and we cannot guarantee that you get your preference, we will contact you to confirm.

Event one: 12-15 October 2018

Event two: 19-22 October 2018

Cohort Coordinator: Dr Lucy Cooker

Venue: VIE Hotel, 117/39-40 Phaya Thai Road, Ratchathewi, 10400 Bangkok (lunch included)

Our PGCEi course is a blended, distance learning course. It is compulsory to attend this element under the University's Regulations Governing Attendance and Engagement.

Supported distance learning (using Moodle, plus email, Skype, video conferencing etc, as appropriate).

Completion of formative tasks and summative assignments.


There is a fixed fee of £3,840

The tuition fee includes registration, tuition, initial assessment, graduation etc. There are no additional fees payable to the University for resources. Fees can be paid in four equal instalments as follows:

  • First instalment - 1 October 2018
  • Second instalment - 1 December 2018
  • Third instalment - 1 February 2019
  • Fourth instalment - 1 April 2019

Please note that no discounts are available for multiple participants from schools.

For payment arrangements, please see the University's finance webpages.

How to apply

Applications are made directly to the University of Nottingham, using our online portal.

Please download our guide to help you (PDF)

During the application process you will be asked to provide a personal statment. This should be about your previous experience, what you hope to gain from the course, and plans for your future career. You should include details about your teaching and learning experiences. You should explain what you have learned from those experiences, and how you think the PGCEi will be able to help you develop as a teacher in future. If you have done other work in which you have trained people, or worked in a teacher-style role or as an educator, please include details of these too. You should aim to write approximately 500-700 words.

If you need any guidance on using the portal, or on completing your application please contact us and we will be happy to help you.

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Please note: Each individual venue requires a minimum number of participants to run and we reserve the right to cancel this cohort if we do not meet the required number.



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