Currently, tuition fees are £9000.
To cover the costs of studying, Trainees from the UK or EU can apply for a Tuition Fee loan to cover the fees through the Student Finance England, whose contact details are:
Tel: 0300 100 0607
Trainees may also be eligible for:
- A Maintenance Loan for living costs
- Extra financial help if you have a disability or children or dependent adults.
Please see the link below for more information.
For a range of helpful tools and guidance, you can visit
Travel expenses – You will be expected to pay for your own travel costs.
For 2017 – 2018, the following training bursaries are available for home students:
General Primary 5-11 (with mathematics) Trainees with grade B or above at A level and a Honours degree of 2.2 or above – £6000
For more information regarding bursaries, please visit:
Another great resource for anyone thinking about higher education is:
School Direct Salaried places
School direct (salaried) is an employment-based route into teaching supported by a National College of Teaching and Leadership (NCTL) grant. There are no tuition fees payable on this training route. You would contribute to the cost of your salary by undertaking a teaching commitment each week. Salaried applicants would be expected to have a great deal of experience of working in a school and be ready to do some planning and teaching from day one. There is an induction programme for salaried trainees in July, prior to starting the course.
Any salaried trainee wishing to study for PGCE (in addition to QTS) would be expected to pay the costs involved which are currently £1500.00
Salaried trainees are not eligible for a training bursary and cannot access student finance.
We do have salaried places for 2017-2018,