Postgraduate teaching apprenticeships
Postgraduate teaching apprenticeships are new, and more are becoming available across England. Offering a postgraduate-level qualification, this apprenticeship is a work-based route into teaching, where you will be employed while you learn on the job.
There are currently a limited number of vacancies available in some primary or secondary schools, where you’ll split your time between practical, school-led training in a school setting, and university study where you’ll work towards Qualified Teacher Status (QTS).
The apprenticeship takes four school terms to complete. You won’t have to pay tuition fees, and you’ll be employed by the school.
You must hold a degree awarded by a UK higher education provider, or a recognised equivalent qualification, and you’ll have to pass the skills tests as you would with the other routes into teaching.
Find out more about postgraduate teaching apprenticeships on the UCAS website.