Great News!: I’ve been offered a place at Cambridge University!

I have some very exciting news: I’ve just been offered a place on the Art & Design PGCE (teacher training course) at Cambridge University! I am THRILLED to receive my offer, and can’t wait to start my studies in September! Approximately 2/3 of my time will be spent teaching in state schools, then there are the course essays, classes and assignments to complete. It’s going to be a very tough year, but I’m looking forward to the challenge.

I love teaching, I love art, and I love nurturing creativity amongst young people… so I feel this is the perfect progression for me to make. I still intend to freelance as an artist and illustrator during holidays and in my spare time, but I’ll have a full teaching timetable to keep me busy for the next year, plus the PGCE assignments and lectures!

I suppose I’d better enjoy these last few months of studio time, before life gets very busy…!

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3 Responses to Great News!: I’ve been offered a place at Cambridge University!

  1. Zane says:

    Congrats dude!

  2. sharmina haq says:

    Well done Ayesha – masha’Allah you are so talented and what better way than to teach and share your skills!

    I’m going to email you right now to see if there are places on your PSTA course in September, before you get too busy at Cambridge!!

    best regards
    Sharmina

  3. Sabina says:

    Hi,

    I am currently going for an interview at Cambridge, and wondered if you could share your experience, the schedule of the day etc. Also did you have to write a synopsis on a text before your interview and a written task on the day? What did that consist of?

    Will be great to get some advice!

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