Future Teaching Scholars
The Future Teaching Scholars programme is a six-year programme for high-calibre candidates. It offers financial support and extra training while you’re a maths or physics undergraduate, followed by specialist teacher training.
The Future Teaching Scholars programme is a prestigious new route for high-quality A level students with a passion for maths or physics, and an interest in teaching.
In exchange for taking a maths- or physics-related degree, you’ll receive a £15,000 grant and early preparation for teaching while studying for your degree.
After graduating, you’ll receive bespoke employment-based teacher training – earning a salary while you learn, and working in schools from day one – with additional support for two further years and support finding your first teaching job.
Be part of the Future Teaching Scholars programme in 2017 or 2018 – register your interest today.
More information is available on the Future Teaching Scholars website.
Applications for Future Teaching Scholars are now open
grant while studying maths or physics
22 June 2017 15:00
This event in Lancaster will give you the chance to ask experts about your teacher training options and what it’s like to teach.
05 June 2017 18:30
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12 June 2017 18:30
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19 June 2017 18:30
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