Finance 2014/5

Going to university is a life-changing experience and increases your career prospects by giving you the chance to study the subject you are passionate about.

All universities in England now charge tuition fees for their degree courses. It is important for students to acknowledge that although you have to pay for your education, you don’t have to pay for your course upfront and you don’t have to start repaying your loan until you are earning over £21,000 per year. At UEL, we consider the fees to be representative of a significant investment into giving you the best possible education.

In addition UEL students benefit from an outstanding package of bursaries and scholarships including money to spend on travel and IT equipment, free books and graduate work placements.  

Teacher Training Bursaries

Information on bursaries for full-time Home or EU eligible students studying on the ITT Secondary PGCE or School Direct Non-Salaried programmes can be found at Get Into Teaching.  Bursaries are paid in nine monthly instalments, commencing in October, and are paid directly into a UK bank account.

You will receive an email advising whether or not you are entitled to a bursary and confirmation of the amount you will receive.  Click here to download Initial Teaching Training Bursary Form and PGCE Guidance Notes

 

 

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