Hull SCITT course fees

details of course fees

The course fees for 2020/2021 are as follows:

All graduating Trainees are awarded Qualified Teaching Status (QTS) by Hull SCITT.

Through our well established partnership with the University of Hull there is an option to undertake a Post Graduate Certificate of Education (PGCE) (60 Master Credits)

You can apply to Student Finance England for your Tuition Fees and you may be entitled to a Maintenance Loan depending on your household income.

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    UK Students

    £8,325
    • QTS Award
    • High Quality Work Based Placement
    • 1 Year programme

    EU Students

    £8,325
    • QTS Award
    • High Quality Work Based Placement
    • 1 Year programme

    QTS with PGCE

    £9,250
    • In Partnership with University of Hull
    • Opt-in at beginning of programme
    • 60 Master Credits

    Testimonials

    Here’s what Trainees say about Hull SCITT :

    I appreciated how the course prepared me for teacher life.

    The course has high standards; therefore, it applies pressure and challenge to ensure you are aware of the demands in teaching.

    Ashleigh

    Hull SCITT gave me the opportunity to take part in an intensive and hands-on programme.

    This approach, I feel, has better prepared me for the real life day-to-day workings of a classroom and wider school.

    Rachel

    The most important thing I have learnt is that you shouldn’t expect too much of yourself straight away.

    You cannot be perfect in everything you do and you are learning throughout your whole career. Also, progress of the children is everything!

    James

    The SCITT programme has been the making of me. I have learned to build resilience through the many observations I had.

    I learned to say when I need help and to be realistic about my expectations. I would do it all again in a heartbeat. I absolutely love my job!

    Claire

    I appreciated how the course prepared me for teacher life.

    The course has high standards; therefore, it applies pressure and challenge to ensure you are aware of the demands in teaching.

    Ashleigh

    For me, a career in teaching was something I knew I wanted to pursue from a young age.

    Giving something back to the community I grew up in myself has always been at the forefront of my mind. Plus, young people are pretty cool!

    Jess

    Hull SCITT undoubtedly prepared me for my NQT year. It gave me extremely solid foundations to build on.

    The experience of teaching almost full time by the end of the year meant that it wasn’t a shock to me during my NQT year.

    James

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