All teacher training applications are made via UCAS, you will submit your form with them and notifications of interview and offers will be sent through the UCAS portal. The UCAS website has lots of useful information regarding application advice and has details of deadlines and opening dates.
Student Finance – tax free bursaries and scholarships
There are a range of grants, bursaries and scholarships available to support you in your training year. Details of bursaries and scholarships available to support your training are available here.
If applicable to you we would encourage applicants to apply for the scholarships as this will not only fund you more generously the subject association will give you access to a range of helpful resources and training to support you during your training year.
Student Finance England is the organisation that arranges bursaries and special support grants for students in the England. Eligible Welsh nationals/ residents should alternatively apply through Student Finance Wales and may receive additional grant funding.
For further information on financial support please go to the ‘Get into teaching’ website funding section.
Undertaking relevant school experience can be an important part of you deciding whether to train to teach. Whilst evidence of school experience is not a decisive factor in our selection process we are always happy to facilitate school experience visits. If you would like to visit one of our schools please contact Hilary Sutton on [email protected]
UK NARIC – for those with overseas qualifications
We ask that anyone applying to Teach Kent & Sussex who holds overseas qualifications contacts NARIC for a statement of comparability. This should be done in advance of interview and must be done before an offer can be made. NARIC will confirm that the level of the qualification studied is comparable to the public examinations taken at GCSE level and studies at UK undergraduate degree level.
Please note that there is a charge per standard application, but multiple qualifications can be made on one application and therefore most applicants need only apply once.