Finding non-graduate courses
Troops to Teachers is run by the University of Brighton as the lead in a consortium of higher education institutions comprising:
- Bath Spa University
- Canterbury Christchurch University
- University of Huddersfield
- University of Reading
- University of Southampton
- University of Staffordshire
- Delivery schools
For further information please contact email@example.com or call 01273 643598
Classification as an eligible Service leaver
To be eligible for a Troops to Teachers course as a non-graduate, you’ll need to be eligible for resettlement support. Usually this means that you’ve served for at least four years, and are within five years of your discharge date at the start of the programme (1 September 2015).
Graduate trainees must have served three or more years for a funding or bursary uplift. You’ll also need to have either left the armed services within the last two years, or be leaving within the next two years.
Complete the Troops to Teachers registration form and we'll send you further information as soon as it becomes available.
Funding uplifts for graduate Service leavers
Service leavers with degrees will be able to enrol on postgraduate teacher training courses with additional bespoke training. You also could receive a £2,000 bursary uplift in addition to the standard bursary or scholarship of up to £25,000 on a non-salaried School Direct or provider-led course.