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Hi!

I seem to be the very rare minority who's planning to apply for a PGCE under a non-eu, international student status. Would be great to find out if there are others like me and have a chat about fees and possible funding alternatives since Govt bursaries etc are not available to us.

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Hey. I am also planning to do the same. How are you getting on? Any luck with scholarships or bursaries. Which uni you applying for?
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Did you end up doing PGCE? I think it's very rare for an international student to get funding for PGCE. There is one program which considers international applicants but they have to be PhD students. It is called researchers in schools.
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Hey. I am also planning to do the same. How are you getting on? Any luck with scholarships or bursaries. Which uni you applying for?
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Researchers in Schools charges the schools £3000 for the privilege of training you and have you one day less in school per week than a regular trainee. So they pay for less resource. Strangely enough this fee to schools is not publicized very well. You put yourself at a disadvantage especially with regards to the availability and location of training places.
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