Postgraduate Bursaries for Teacher Training (Secondary PGCE)
University of East Anglia
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|Placed on:||14th March 2017|
|Closes:||31st July 2017|
Start Date: September 2017
Scholarship and Bursary Awards
Financial support for Secondary PGCE trainee teachers has never been better. You could get £30,000 tax-free while you train, either as a bursary or prestigious scholarship. Your eligibility for financial support, and the amount you can expect to receive, will depend on the Secondary subject you choose to teach and your degree classification or highest relevant academic qualification. Find out more about the awards available.
As one of the UK's leading centres for research and teaching in education, UEA’s Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) Primary and Secondary Teacher Training programmes have been developed in close partnership with schools across Norfolk and Suffolk. We offer both School Direct and Provider-led routes.
How to Apply
Please submit your application for admission to UCAS Teacher Training.
Please check our website for more information and details about how to apply. Or alternatively contact us:
Tel +44 (0)1603 592855
Education and Lifelong Learning at the University of East Anglia
The School of Education and Lifelong Learning has a reputation for excellence in Initial Teacher Education and have over 30 years’ of experience in training teachers.
Our Primary and Secondary PGCE programmes have consistently received endorsement from OfSTED inspectors for the high standard of our courses. And our Lead School partners for School Direct have all been rated Good and Outstanding by OfSTED.
We are a diverse community of practitioners, scholars and academics who teach, research, and provide professional development. We seek to equip educationalists and other professionals with the skills and insights they need as part of their continued professional development at a time of rapid educational and organisational change.
The School is nationally and internationally recognised for its work in educational innovation and social change; literacy and development; and mathematics education. We have extensive links with overseas agencies and organisations and strong working relationships with practitioners, educators and policymakers in all sectors of the education system and other related professional fields. We are proud of both our local roots and our international reach and our partnerships with schools and colleges, with adult educational groups and with governments and universities are greatly valued.
The results of the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014 has confirmed the School’s research as world class, with 77% of our publications being “world leading” or “internationally excellent”.
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