Are You Required to apply to Student Finance for This Graduate Scheme?

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Hi,

I'm (relatively new on) looking at graduate teaching jobs (I'm not QTS qualified but have CELTA and teaching experience outside of the UK, and majoring in EngLit) then I stumble upon this,

https://www.prospects.ac.uk/employer...size=20&page=0

Do Teach First provide the funding for the PGDE? for would I need a postgrad loan from SFE? I'm hoping to do an MA in 2022, so I need to keep postgrad funding clear of anything else.

Many thanks for your help!
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Hi JonoRoom5,
Teach First offers a salaried route- which means they pay for your fees- for your QTS and PGDE -and you earn a salary whilst you train so you should not need student finance. They tend to recruit graduates with a 2.1 degree or above.
If you are interested in teacher training, I would suggest you register to Get into Teaching to get a teaching adviser. It is a free service. Our teaching advisers, all experienced teachers, offer impartial advice on the various routes into teaching and will be able to guide you through all your teacher training options and support you with your application if you were to decide to proceed.

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(Original post by Get into Teaching)
Hi JonoRoom5,
Teach First offers a salaried route- which means they pay for your fees- for your QTS and PGDE -and you earn a salary whilst you train so you should not need student finance. They tend to recruit graduates with a 2.1 degree or above.
If you are interested in teacher training, I would suggest you register to Get into Teaching to get a teaching adviser. It is a free service. Our teaching advisers, all experienced teachers, offer impartial advice on the various routes into teaching and will be able to guide you through all your teacher training options and support you with your application if you were to decide to proceed.

Laure
Thank you so much for your answer!
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