SCITT

The UCAS Application System for 18-19 will open on the 26th October

The SCITT programme is a full-time, one year course leading to the award of Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) and also offers the opportunity to study for a postgraduate certificate in education (PGCE) with Masters Level Credits with the University of Hull.

Apply for SCITT

We have now received our allocation for 18-19 and will be accepting applications for:

Primary (Key Stage 1 and 2)

Secondary (Key Stage 3 and 4) following subjects only:

  • Maths
  • Chemistry
  • MFL (French)
  • History
  • PE
  • Geography
  • Physics
  • Biology
  • English

For more in formation regarding the application system please visit the 'How to Apply' page

The tuition fees for the SCITT programme are £9000. You are able to access student loans to pay fees in the same way as you would when completing a PGCE at a University.

Tax free bursaries are also available for some subjects and vary depending on the level of degree a trainee has. For further information regarding the financial support available to you please visit: https://getintoteaching.education.gov.uk/funding-and-salary


Bursaries 2018-19


Eligibility 2018-19
Trainee with 1st/PhD
2:1/Masters
2:2
Secondary: Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Computing, Geography, Modern Foreign Languages, Classics.
£26,000
£26,000
£26,000
Secondary: Maths*
£20,000
£20,000
£20,000
Secondary: English
£15,000
£15,000
£15,000
Secondary: Design and Technology
£12,000
£9,000
£0
Secondary: History, Music, Religious Education
£9,000
£4,000
£0
Primary: Maths
£6,000
£6,000
£6,000

There are no bursaries for Secondary: Art, Drama and PE or Primary teacher training.

*In addition to the bursary, Maths trainees will also receive two additional early-career payments of £5k each in your third and fifth year of teaching.


For more information on SCITT please visit:
http://www.education.gov.uk/get-into-teaching/teacher-training-options/school-based-training/school-centred-training.aspx

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