Our tuition fee for 2022-2023 is £9250.00

Please note that our programmes are fee-funded, and that no salaried routes are available. However, you may be eligible for a Student Loan and some secondary programmes are entitled to receive a bursary (these are subject to change each year).

Student loans can include a Tuition Fee Loan and a Maintenance Loan/Grant to help with your living costs.

The Tuition Fee Loan (up to £9,250.00) will be paid directly to the programme provider.

Maintenance Loans can also be applied for and this money will be paid directly to you. Eligibility will depend on your household income, where you study, where you live etc. 

Trainees may also be able to apply for grants if they’re eligible for certain benefits, or need help with childcare costs.

More information can be found here: Student Loans Company 

Tax-free bursaries of up to £30,000 are available for some trainees on certain programmes. 

More information on Bursaries and Scholarships may be found here: Get Into Teaching Bursary and Scholarships

Please note that to receive a bursary, you must also be eligible to receive Student Finance, even if you wish to self-fund your programme. 


We are proud to be an accredited provider for Enhanced Learning Credits, which can contribute towards your tuition fee. The outstanding balance (your contribution to the programme) can either be self-funded or paid via Student Finance.

If you are training to teach secondary biology, physics, chemistry, computing, maths or languages, you may also be entitled to a tax-free bursary of up to £40,000.00, subject to eligibility.  Troops to Teachers Bursary.  Talk to your DfE Trainee Teacher Advisor for more.

kids, girl, pencil-1093758.jpg