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Get young people inspired by the subject you love. Teaching is a great way to make your degree, skills and knowledge really count.
Teaching offers fantastic career prospects, development opportunities and generous financial benefits to train. There’s even the opportunity to build or refresh your knowledge before you start your teacher training if you have an unrelated degree, but studied the subject to A level or have plenty of professional experience, with a fully funded subject knowledge enhancement course.
Teaching is a rewarding profession, in more ways than one. You’ll get the opportunity to inspire the next generation and you could get a £26,000 bursary, or be awarded a prestigious scholarship, to support you throughout your training year. You’ll earn a competitive salary of at least £23,720 (nationally) or £29,664 (inner London) and receive up to 13 weeks’ holiday allowance. There are also great employment prospects: 94% of newly qualified teachers were employed within six months of completing training.*
*Subject to change. Correct: September 2018.