Sources of Finance

Student Finance
Student loans are available to cover the cost of training. Use the Student Finance Calculator tool and webpage to find out more.

Self-funding
If you are not eligible for Student Finance, or if you wish to pay your fees directly, you have the option to pay your fees to us directly. You can choose to pay your fees in one payment in April, or opt to pay in three equal instalments in October, January and April.

School Direct Salaried
If you are a salaried graduate apprentice trainee during your training you will be employed by one of our schools and will receive a salary based on the unqualified teachers’ salary scale and your fees are paid by your employing school. The school will also pay your tuition fees.

Bursaries and Scholarships
Government bursaries and scholarships from £1000 to £26,000 are available and are subject to various criteria. Those training in 2022\23 can access funding for training in Early Years in Primary. Secondary teacher trainees can access funding in chemistry, computing, maths and physics, design and technology, geography and languages (including ancient languages) and biology. For more information please visit the Get Into Teaching website funding section here.

School bursaries are available for some candidates and typically range from £1000 to approximately £18,000. Candidates for these bursaries are selected at interview.

Useful links
Please call us to find out what support may be available to you and how to access it
Student Finance Calculator
Parents’ Learning Allowance
Disabled Students’ Allowance (including dyslexia)
Childcare Grant
Adult Dependants’ Grant