If you have three years’ work place experience, a salary of up to £15,975 nationally (£20,092 inner London) is available to you, depending on your qualifications. Your £9,000 University fees will be paid by United Teaching.
Select the ‘salaried’ option on UCAS.
If you do not have three years' work experience, the National College of Teaching and Leadership (NCTL) will provide a bursary dependent on your degree qualifications. You will need to pay your tuition fees (£9,000) and you'll be entitled to apply for a student loan to cover fees and maintenance.
More information about salary options can be found at education.gov.uk. The table below summarises the standard training bursaries available.
At United Teaching we strongly encourage trainees to apply for scholarships which are awarded by the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications, the Institute of Physics, The Chartered Institute for IT and the RCS. A limited number of scholarships to the value of £30,000 are available to trainees with a 2:1 or first class honours degree, who are training in maths, physics, computing or chemistry subjects with United Teaching.
If you want to apply for a scholarship, please contact the relevant body directly for more information. Each application is a competitive process but please contact us if you need any help. You will only be eligible for a scholarship if you are undertaking training on the bursary route, but trainees awarded a scholarship cannot receive a bursary. However, trainees who are not awarded a scholarship will continue to be eligible for a standard student loan.
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