The Graduate Certificate in University Learning and Teaching (GCULT) focuses on the development of teaching capability in Higher Education (HE). The program is designed to help both new and experienced UNSW teaching and educational development staff develop a scholarly approach to teaching and student learning.
The program draws ideas from practice as well as educational theory. It is designed to meet the needs of busy teachers from diverse teaching and educational support settings.
Courses are designed to:
- promote collegial collaboration
- be interactive and engaging
- model a wide variety of good teaching practices
- involve UNSW staff from a range of disciplines.
The Graduate Certificate in University Learning and Teaching is a UNSW program offered by the School of Education.
Australian Citizens, Australian Permanent Residents or New Zealand Citizens Program Applicants
Course fees for UNSW staff members who are employed in an ongoing or contract capacity will be sponsored by the University upon approval and admission into this program. Staff employed on a casual basis may be eligible if they meet requirements determined by the Program Authority.
All Other Applicants
In order for program fees to be sponsored by the University, international UNSW staff must meet the following three criteria:
- On a Temporary Business 457 Visa, and,
- Appointed at 0.5 FTE or greater, and
- On a three-year fixed-term contract or longer.
Participants commence the program by attending the professional development program, Foundations of University Learning and Teaching (FULT), and completing additional assignments for the first compulsory course in the Graduate Certificate.
"I have been able to talk about what I do in teaching confidently, for the first time. The theories and research we examined helped me to articulate my teaching practice when I applied for promotion." - GC(ULT) graduate
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