Fees and Funding
Inspiring Excellent Teachers
Tudor Grange SCITT Programme Fees
All Tudor Grange Initial Teacher Training programme fees are £9,250 for the year long programme.
Trainees are able to self fund or apply to Student Finance. Fees are typically taken in three instalments: 25% in term one, 25% in term two, and the final 50% in term three. This mirrors how student finance makes its payment to the programme. For further information please get in touch – firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuition fee routes
The following scholarships and bursaries are available to trainee teachers.
Bursaries and scholarships are available to trainees on a fee-based teacher training course in England that leads to the award of qualified teacher status.
Availability is dependent on the highest relevant academic award and the ITT subject. To receive a bursary or scholarship trainees must be entitled to support under the Student Finance England criteria as either a home or EU student.
Applicants for teacher training with qualifications from a non-UK institution can get help from the Get into Teaching website.
Scholarships 2024 – 2025
|Chemistry, Computing, Maths, and Physics||£30,000|
|Languages (French, German and Spanish only)||£27,000|
Graduates with a 2:1 and above, who are passionate about their subject and have the potential to be inspirational teachers can apply for a scholarship with the appropriate professional body. As well as the financial award, scholars will receive a package of additional benefits provided by the professional bodies.
Trainees with a 2:2 may be awarded a scholarship in exceptional circumstances, if they have significant relevant experience.
Trainees awarded a scholarship cannot also receive a bursary. Trainees who are not awarded a scholarship may be eligible for a bursary, if they meet the eligibility and qualification criteria.
Bursaries 2024 – 2025
Bursaries and scholarships are available to trainees on tuition fee-based teacher training courses, such as the programmes offered by Tudor Grange SCITT, in England that lead to the award of qualified teacher status (QTS).
Receiving a bursary or scholarship depends on:
- highest relevant academic award
- ITT subject
Trainees are only eligible for a bursary or scholarship if they’re entitled to support under the student finance criteria. Trainees from the EU, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland should read Studying in the UK: guidance for EU students.
Applicants with a degree from outside the UK can contact Get into Teaching or their chosen training provider for more advice.
For 2024 to 2025, the Department for Education are offering bursaries of:
|Chemistry, Computing, Maths, and Physics||£28,000|
|Languages (French, German and Spanish only)||£25,000|
Applicants may be eligible for a bursary if they have a 1st, 2.1 or 2.2, or if they hold Master’s or PhD.