For 2022-23, ALL our secondary teacher training courses will be unsalaried (tuition fee route) and include a PGCE with Masters level credits (up to 60 credits) and QTS (Qualified Teacher Status) on completion.
On the 12th October 2021, The Department for Education launched it’s new GOV.UK service, Apply for teacher training. It is now the only digital service for candidates to apply for postgraduate teacher training courses in England, replacing the UCAS Teacher Training service.
You can view our full range of school direct courses by visiting the Find postgraduate teacher training service
The unsalaried courses have full access to DfE bursaries; some of which are substantial. The subject bursaries offered by the DfE change each year, please visit the funding your training page on the Get into Teaching website for more details . Where bursary levels are high (e.g. £24,000 or above) the unsalaried courses are likely to have similar financial advantages to a salaried course. Unsalaried courses have equal academic and classroom-based foci. ‘Student-facing’ teaching time is limited to 40% of a qualified full-time teacher’s timetable.