|Design and technology||£15,000|
(including ancient languages)
To be eligible for a bursary, you’ll need at least one of the following:
- a bachelor’s degree class 2:2 (honours) or higher
- a master’s degree
- a PhD
You’ll also need to meet the bursary scheme’s individual terms and conditions.
To find out if you’re eligible for a scholarship and to apply, you can visit the relevant scholarship body:
- the Royal Society of Chemistry (chemistry)
- BCS The Chartered Institute for IT (computing)
- the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (maths)
- the Institute of Physics (physics)
You may also be eligible if you do an opt-in QTS course in secondary computing, languages, mathematics or physics. This is where you start a standard undergraduate degree but then opt-in to initial teacher training to get QTS.
The amount you receive depends on the year that you start your QTS course. You do not get a bursary in every year of an undergraduate course. Depending on the type of course you do, you may get the bursary in your final year or final two years.
Undergraduate bursary if you’re former military personnel
You may be eligible for a Troops to Teachers tax-free bursary of £40,000 if you’re:
- training to teach secondary biology, physics, chemistry, computing, maths or languages
- doing an undergraduate degree leading to QTS in England