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    Shay2403 is offline Registered User
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    Question UNISA B.Education accredited in the UK (Scotland)

    Hello there everyone,

    I hope you're all well.

    I am not sure if I am posting in the correct forum, but I was hoping someone could help me.

    I am looking to do my Bachelors degree in Education through UNISA whilst I am living in Soctland, UK.

    I would just like to know whether this degree is recognized and accredited here in the UK or would it be challenging to start my career in UK with a UNISA degree?? I have done a bit of research but can't seem to find anything recent enough to base my decision on.

    Any feedback is highly appreciated.

    Thank you so much!

    Kind regards,
    Shay

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    Ted Heiks is online now Moderator and Distinguished Senior Member
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    The acceptance of a foreign university degree usually depends o whether a university is regarded as legitimate I its own country. The University of South Africa is a very legitimate university.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Heiks View Post
    The acceptance of a foreign university degree usually depends o whether a university is regarded as legitimate I its own country. The University of South Africa is a very legitimate university.
    Yes, but regulated professions like teaching can be a minefield when it comes to this sort of thing.

    Shay, I would ask headmasters (or whoever hires faculty at Scottish schools) at the sorts of schools where you'd eventually like to teach. They would know better than anyone about the acceptability.
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