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Teaching is far more than a job.
For many, teaching is a calling. An opportunity to engage and inspire children and enable them to develop the skills and knowledge they need to thrive. Finding different ways of helping all children to learn is immensely rewarding and at University College Birmingham, we are committed to supporting our students to become excellent teachers able to adapt to a fast paced and ever changing
Applicants will be considered if they expect to acquire the necessary qualifications before the start of the training programme
Degree: You will need a degree classification of 2.2 or above in any degree discipline
Level 2: Additionally, you will also need GCSE at grade C/4 or above in;
*The following Level 2 Science qualifications are acceptable
GCSE Single Award in Chemistry, Biology or Physics
GCSE Science Double Award
BTEC Level 2 in Science with a Pass profile
For further entry requirements please visit our website.
UK & EU Students: Please see the university website for further information on fees for this course.
International Students: Please see the university website for further information on fees for this course.
I’m really proud of my achievements. I started my NVQ Level 2 & 3 in Child Care Learning and Development in 2007. UCB offered this at a local primary school where my children went and I decided that this was my first step in training to eventually become a Primary School Teacher. I really appreciated the support I received. The staff are amazing.
On completion of the level 2 & 3 I decided to then apply for the BA (Hons) Early Childhood Studies also available at UCB. This was tough with a young family so I had to ensure that I was organised and I managed my time effectively. It was hard work but very worthwhile.
I completed my PGCE in 2015 and I now teach Year one pupils at a local primary school.
These scholarships are open to applicants from any country. Applicants must demonstrate excellence in academic achievement.
The award of an Academic Excellence Scholarship is subject to any necessary visa clearance by the UK immigration authorities. An offer of an Academic Excellence Scholarship will be made to successful applicants and this offer may be used where necessary as evidence to the UK authorities of certain costs being met. However if a visa is not permitted the Scholarship will be withdrawn and there is no automatic reconsideration at any future point.
Up to £1000 off the cost of tuition fees, for one year only
Applicants must have accepted an offer of a place on a full-time taught programme at UCB and the chosen programme should be of at least one year's duration and normally lead to an academic award at Higher Education level. Applicants must not previously have been enrolled on the programme concerned, previously been enrolled on a FdA programme at the University in the same subject area (if entering the final year of a first degree programme) or have previously received a scholarship from the University.
Applicants must complete the standard application form. Ensure that the category of scholarship/fee waiver applied for is clearly noted and provide full documentary evidence of academic excellence with the application. Evidence of Academic Excellence may include outstanding achievements in study (substantially in excess of that normally expected of students), support for an institution (for example through outstanding levels of commitment to supporting or working with fellow students) or the completion of a highly regarded research activity.
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