The full cost of the course is £9250 for the academic year.
The School Direct route is non-salaried, meaning trainees are not be paid a salary, however, may be eligible for a student loan and an NCTL training bursary.
To encourage the best graduates to enter the profession, financial incentives are offered to trainees intending to train to teach certain subjects. If you are enrolled on a non-salaried postgraduate course and meet the eligibility criteria, trainees will begin receiving payments at the beginning of the course.
DFE have announced financial incentives for ITT course starting in 2023/24.
They are offering tax-free bursaries of £24,000 in chemistry, computing, mathematics, and physics. Scholarships worth £26,000 tax-free will be offered in partnership with professional bodies for chemistry, computing, mathematics, and physics.
They are also offering a £15,000 tax-free bursary in design & technology, geography, and languages, including ancient languages, and a £10,000 tax-free bursary for biology trainees.
Scholarships may be available in Maths, Physics, Chemistry and Computing for trainees who are starting their training in the upcoming academic year. These prestigious awards are aimed at high-quality graduates with a 2:1 or first-class degree, who are passionate about their subject and have the potential to be inspirational teachers.
Information about help to fund courses, training bursaries and scholarships can be found here