Why study the Dual Bilingual Degree in Primary Education + Early Childhood Education?

In today’s society it is important to have professionals that understand the educational needs of children, as well as the vital contexts in which they evolve, in collaboration with family education.  Graduates in Primary and Early Childhood Education develop the expertise required to educate with creativity, responsibility and communication skills.

Students in the Dual Bilingual Degree in Primary and Early Childhood Education will be able to understand the complexity of education through the different sciences that affect this field, to be able to detect and solve problems; plan, carry out and evaluate innovative projects to help transform the educative reality of our society; and give children an integral education. By the same token, graduates in Early Childhood and Primary Education from Loyola University are versatile professionals, able to develop 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 dual degree enables them to further their language learning from the very first year of study, since the classes are bilingual.  This dual degree allows a more complete and sound training in the two fundamental stages for educating children from 0 to 6  and 6 to 12 years of age, stages in which children develop many of their competencies, as well as important  character traits.

In today’s society it is important to have professionals that understand the educational needs of children, as well as the vital contexts in which they evolve, in collaboration with family education.  Graduates in Primary and Early Childhood Education develop the expertise required to educate with creativity, responsibility and communication skills.

  Students in the Dual Bilingual Degree in Primary and Early Childhood Education will be able to understand the complexity of education through the different sciences that affect this field, to be able to detect and solve problems; plan, carry out and evaluate innovative projects to help transform the educative reality of our society; and give children an integral education. By the same token, graduates in Early Childhood and Primary Education from Loyola University are versatile professionals, able to develop 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 dual degree enables them to further their language learning from the very first year of study, since the classes are bilingual.  This dual degree allows a more complete and sound training in the two fundamental stages for educating children from 0 to 6  and 6 to 12 years of age, stages in which children develop many of their competencies, as well as important  character traits.

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