How Do I Become a Lecturer?

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After you've decided to pursue a career in teaching, the next step is to plan for the best way to achieve your qualified teacher status (QTS), enabling you to teach across state-maintained schools across England and Wales. This almost always means completing a programme of initial teacher training (ITT). Initial teacher training helps you develop the skills you need to become an effective teacher.
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1. Study. To become a university lecturer you will need to dedicate at least ten years of your life to academic study. Most lecturing posts in good Universities in academic subjects
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Becoming a lecturer is not an easy task. But if it's something that you really want to do in your life, you will do everything to reach that goal. Lecturers in academics are experts
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A higher education lecturer in the UK must have completed a Doctorate degree, whose duration is four years. The lecturer must also have demonstrable experience, the ability to produce original research for peers and must possess an early publication of academic work.
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