You may be eligible for a tax-free bursary to help with fees and living costs. The Department for Education has more detailed information.
There are various other loans and schemes on offer to support you. The Department for Education has more detailed information.
It offers the best of both worlds – close links with a SUPA ‘home’ school and the benefits of the university-led training course
There is no requirement for school experience but it will help you to decide whether you are making the right decision - we are happy to help you get experience in one of our SUPA schools
No, they are all full-time courses
We find it better to match trainees to schools ourselves, after talking to you of course! This way each person is individually matched to the school that best suits their personal situation.
Tell us why you want to be a teacher. Demonstrate that you understand what being a teacher is all about. Share your experiences of working with young children, what you learned from any time in school and what you bring to the profession
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Yes. Our courses are Masters level and our trainees gain 30 ECTS credits, a third of a Masters degree, from the University of Southampton. You can complete the Masters degree in your own time over the next few years
No. But every year well over 90% of our PGCEs are employed as teachers and over 70% last year in our partnership schools.
We accept degrees gained in many other countries – you need to go to UK NARIC to check whether it is equivalent to a UK degree
We can help you with University of Southampton equivalency tests
Much of this will come through your teaching and discussions with your school mentors, however you will also attend approximately 25 subject specific days at the university, run by our subject specialists who are all ex-teachers
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