Use the Department for Education’s application service to apply for a postgraduate teacher training course to teach in a state primary or secondary school, or in further education.
Check what qualifications you’ll need. You’ll also need to:
You’ll need the following or equivalents:
If you do not have GCSE grade 4 (C), you’ll need to show that you can meet an equivalent level. The training provider may ask you to take an equivalence test or show other evidence of your ability.
Training providers usually prefer you to have:
You can get a statement from UK ENIC (the UK agency that recognises international qualifications and skills) that shows how your qualifications compare to UK qualifications. Some training providers may ask to see it as part of your application.
You can register with Get Into Teaching, the Department for Education’s free support and advice service.
A specialist adviser will help you prepare your application and advise you on funding options (including loans and tax-free bursaries and scholarships). You can also book school experience and access teaching events.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you need extra support with your application.
Find out how training providers can support you if you’re disabled. They may be able to make adjustments for the interview stages of the application and throughout the course.
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