Funding

How much will the programme cost?

University fees for the forthcoming year 2022-2023 are set at £9250. N.B. Fees for oversees students will be higher.

Trainees need to be aware that the programme is full time.

Will I be able to access any financial support?

Most trainees will access financial support either through student loans or bursaries.

Student Loans:

All of our programmes are eligible for student loans and some trainees may also be eligible for a bursary or scholarship.

For further information on loans, contact Student Finance: www.gov.uk/student-finance

Bursaries:

The Department for Education offer bursaries to support those undertaking their training year. The amount awarded depends on the subject which you intend to train to teach and the classification outcome of your degree. Bursaries are paid in monthly installments during the course and are not repaid once your training has finished.

In order to receive a bursary you must evidence your eligibility to receive student support (whether or not you choose to use this funding option). For this reason we ask you to make an initial application with Student Finance to demonstrate your eligibility.

To find out what you might be entitled to, go to:

https://getintoteaching.education.gov.uk/funding-your-training