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With Teaching Internships, you’ll be able to experience the teaching profession, gain new skills and be paid for your time. So, if you’re an undergraduate on a STEM related degree and are interested in teaching secondary maths or physics, then the Teaching Internship programme could be for you. Internships take place during June and July 2020 and last four weeks.
The programme takes place in schools across England. You’ll get the opportunity to experience a range of activities to help you get a feel for school life including:
You’ll need to apply directly to participating schools and be an undergraduate in your penultimate year of a STEM related degree. In some circumstances, applications from final year STEM students may also be considered. To find out if you meet the eligibility criteria, check with participating schools before submitting your application.
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