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Q: Can i do PGCE (Secondary) in Physics in Shanghai?

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I want to do PGCE (Secondary) in Physics in Shanghai as i am working here now so is there any one can suggest me that how and where can i do. Please also let me know if you have any information about the Distance Learning from some international universities. I can consider Distance Learning if i couldn't find any university in Shanghai.

 

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3 years 39 weeks ago in  Teaching & Learning - Shanghai

 
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From what I have been reading, PGCE Secondary Physics is not one of the distance-learning courses traditionally offered by British universities.

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