Study with CaBan, at either Bangor or Chester, and develop to be a creative teacher who is a reflective, inspirational, innovative and resilient leader of learning.
Along with high quality schools, the University of Chester and Bangor University have created an innovative partnership called CaBan.
Designed specifically to develop high quality teachers, who will embrace the importance of the Welsh culture and teaching in a bi-lingual context, CaBan will help you become a highly capable, ethical and ambitious teacher of the future.
We have designed outstanding Primary and Secondary programmes for Teacher Education, across a range of subjects, at both undergraduate and postgraduate level, which will result in exceptional teachers for the future, in Wales and beyond.
Drawing upon the expertise of University of Chester, Bangor University, Lead and Network Schools, CIEREI and GwE, CaBan is a unique partnership designed to provide you with the knowledge and skills to establish yourself as an outstanding teacher in Wales and beyond.
If you would like further information about any of the courses we have on offer and also keep up to date with current information about CaBan, please fill in the form below.
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How to Apply
If you are interested in applying to study with CaBan, you will need to apply through either University of Chester (C55) or Bangor University (B06) via the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service, UCAS.
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