Staffordshire University
Staffordshire University

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Staffordshire University Ranking

76

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Staffordshire University Location

Central England

Staffordshire University

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University Ranking

76

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Central England

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Progression Scholarship
Scholarship Name Progression Scholarship
Academic Year 2020
Scholarship amount £2,000
Nationality Any

Following a generous donation from the will of Dr Ruth Thompson, the Progression Scholarship for the Teachers of Tomorrow has been established to support students within education whose aim is to become a teacher.

The scholarship comprises three awards of £2,000, each awarded for two years. It has been designed to assist people already working in education, for example, to help teaching assistants who want to the next step in becoming a teacher but who would need extra funds to be able to take a year out of their career to complete their PGCE.

Eligibility criteria

Funding is available to students who meet the following criteria:

  • Part-time current Staffordshire University students wishing to progress to a full-time award on-campus within the Education Department. e.g. Those graduating from undergraduate who are progressing to PGCE or full-time MA Education.
  • Working full-time (above 16 hours per week).
  • Funding can only be received once studying has commenced.

How to apply

Applications for this scholarship will open in early 2020.

To apply, students must provide an explanation of how the £2,000 will support them in their studies and how it will aid to further their career within education.

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