Why study Bilingual Degree in Early Childhood Education?
The Degrees in Education in Loyola University are centered on covering the needs and demands of the current work market in educative material. We are immersed in a complex work environment, marked by the development of bilingualism, the intensive use of new technologies and the pursuit of developing students’ competencies. For this reason, in the design and development of the curriculum, these circumstances have been taken very much into consideration, with the aim of endowing students with the necessary skills to facilitate their future incorporation into the work market. The proof of this is that the degrees have been designed in accordance with the real demands of Primary and Early Childhood centers.
In today’s society it is important to have professionals who understand the educational needs of children, as well as the vital contexts surrounding them, collaborating with family education.
Graduates in Early Childhood Education develop the skills required to educate with creativity, responsibility and communication skills. By the same token, graduates in Early Childhood Education from Loyola University are versatile professionals, able to carry out their work in different environments: the school, family, government, counseling, hospitals, cultural centers, welfare services, research, communication media, etc.
Students will be able to participate in academic exchanges in the most prestigious universities in Europe, the United States, Asia and South America. This degree enables them to practice language learning from the very first year of study, because the classes are bilingual.