Funding and finance for ITT


Applicants will need to pay tuition fees to cover the cost of the course. Most providers charge £9,250. 

Student finance 

All candidates from the EU are eligible for a tuition fee loan. In addition, candidates from the UK can also apply for a means-tested maintenance grant and a maintenance loan of up to £12,382 to help with living costs.

The Government's Get Into Teaching website offers further information about student finance, including a finance calculator to help estimate the potential grants and loans that may be available. 

Use the student finance calculator on GOV.UK to find out how much funding you can get:

Bursaries & Scholarships

Some courses are eligible for a tax-free Government bursary as they are considered 'shortage areas' in teaching. If you are successful in gaining a place to train in one of these subject areas, your provider can apply for a bursary which you will then receive in monthly instalments for the duration of your training.

Check which subjects have bursaries and scholarships

Teaching bursaries and scholarships are only available for the subjects listed below. You cannot receive both a teaching bursary and a scholarship.

Subject Bursary Scholarship
Chemistry £24,000 £26,000
Computing £24,000 £26,000
Maths £24,000 £26,000
Physics £24,000 £26,000
Design & Technology £15,000 N/A
Geography £15,000 N/A
Languages £15,000 N/A
Biology £10,000 N/A

Further information about scholarships can be found here:

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