We will be charging a tuition fee of £9250 for all teacher training programmes being delivered in the academic year 2024/25.
You may be eligible for a maintenance loan or additional financial support but this will be determined by the Student Loan Company when you make application for your tuition fee loan.
To find out more about the tuition fee loan and other Student Loans please visit Funding Your Training
Bursaries and scholarships
|languages (French and Spanish)||£25,000||£27,000|
|design and technology||£25,000||-|
Bursaries and scholarships are available to trainees on tuition fee-based teacher training courses in England that lead to the award of qualified teacher status (QTS).
Receiving a bursary or scholarship depends on:
- highest relevant academic award
- ITT subject
To be eligible for a bursary, you’ll need at least one of the following:
- a bachelor’s degree class 2:2 (honours) or higher
- a master’s degree
- a PhD
You’ll also need to meet the bursary scheme’s individual terms and conditions. Find out more about your eligibility for teaching bursaries.
Trainees are only eligible for a bursary or scholarship if they’re entitled to support under the student finance criteria.
Non-UK trainees should read Train to teach in England: non-UK applicants
Applicants with a degree from outside the UK can contact Get into Teaching for further advice.
Scholarships are usually available to applicants with a 1st, 2:1, master’s or PhD, though in exceptional circumstances they may be awarded to a graduate with a 2:2 and significant relevant experience.
To find out if you’re eligible for a scholarship and to apply, you can visit the relevant scholarship body:
- the Royal Society of Chemistry (chemistry)
- BCS The Chartered Institute for IT (computing)
- British Council (languages – French and Spanish only)
- the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (maths)
- the Institute of Physics (physics)
Scholarships are awarded instead of a bursary.