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Leighton Andrews has launched the first year in the new Masters in Educational Practice (MEP), which will place Wales at the international forefront of teacher professional development.
As of September 2012 Newly Qualified Teachers (NQTs) now have the opportunity to follow a Masters programme.

NQT’s have the option to follow the programme alongside their Induction and Early Professional Development.

An alliance consisting of Cardiff, Bangor and Aberystwyth Universities and the Institute of Education, University of London has been awarded the contract to accredit , deliver and award the Masters in Educational Practice (MEP) programme.

The areas for study included within the programme have been carefully chosen following discussions with NQTs, experienced teachers, headteachers and reports from Estyn which all identified a common set of priorities for NQT development.
To find out more visit the Learning Wales website.