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  1. Degrees with QTS

    Degrees with QTS Degrees with QTS These courses generally take three to four years full-time, depending on the number and length of your school placements. Some can take two years if you already have undergraduate credits from previous studies. This tradi ...

  2. Training to teach with a disability

    Training to teach if you have a disability Teaching with a disability Teachers with disabilities, make an important contribution to schools both in the classroom and in shaping the wider culture and ethos of the schools they work in. Schools value diversi ...

  3. Teachers Student Loan Reimbursement

    Teachers’ Student Loan Reimbursement Teachers’ Student Loan Reimbursement To encourage and reward languages and science teachers to teach in specific areas of England, the Teachers’ Student Loan Reimbursement scheme will pay back the student loan repaymen ...

  4. Troops bursary

    Troops to Teachers- undergraduate initial teacher training bursary Bursary for veterans As an Armed Forces veteran, you can bring invaluable skills and experiences to the classroom by training to teach and you could benefit from a tax-free bursary of £40, ...

  5. University-led undergraduate training

    Undergraduate training Undergraduate training There are a number of options available to become a qualified teacher if you’re not a graduate. You can get a degree at a university whilst completing teacher training or complete a degree with additional scho ...

  6. Funding for training to teach history and RE

    Funding for training to teach history and RE Funding for training to teach history and RE Trainees interested in teaching history or religious education could be entitled to generous tax-free bursaries – or earn a salary during training. If you’re success ...

  7. Student loans

    Student loans Student loans If you’re interested in enrolling on an undergraduate teacher training course but you’re not eligible for a bursary, don’t be put off. Loans are available to help you fund your training, as well as additional financial support. ...

  8. Passing the skills tests

    Passing the professional skills tests Pass the skills tests You need to complete the professional skills tests in numeracy and literary before you can start your teacher training. Read our guide on getting skills test ready. You have to pass the professio ...

  9. Postgraduate loans

    Postgraduate tuition fee and maintenance loans Tuition fee and maintenance loans If you’re looking to train on a non-salaried teacher training course, you could receive a tuition fee and maintenance loan to help you successfully complete your postgraduate ...

  10. Extra financial support

    Extra financial support Extra financial support Without or without a bursary, you can still apply for a tuition fee and maintenance loan to support your postgraduate teacher training year. This is irrespective of receiving a loan during your undergraduate ...

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