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Get £10,000 UK Government IRP when You Apply for Train to Teach in England as a Non-UK Citizen.

Apply for Train to Teach in England as a Non-UK Citizen.

Are you a qualified teacher in your home country? Or are you living in England as a non-UK citizen and have all it takes to teach in Primary or secondary school? You could be eligible to receive a £10,000 International Relocation Payment (IRP) when you train to teach in England. This program is for non-UK citizens who are interested in teaching languages, physics, or science in England. Citizens of every country in the world can apply to train to teach in England.

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What is the Purpose of the International Relocation Payment Scheme?

The International Relocation Payment (IRP) is used to recruit non-UK citizens who are qualified teachers or interested in teaching physics and languages in the UK to fill various vacant teaching positions in UK primary and Secondary schools.

Who is Eligible?

  1. Qualified Teachers from around the world
  2. Unqualified Teachers interested in applying to train to teach in England
  3. A bachelor’s degree (this can be from a university outside the UK)
  4. An English language qualification which is the same standard as a grade 4 General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE)
  5. A maths qualification which is the same standard as a grade 4 GCSE
  6. If teaching children aged 3 to 11 in primary school, a physics, chemistry or biology (science) qualification which is the same standard as a grade 4 GCSE

If you are qualified Teacher in your home country, you do not need to apply to retrain in England, instead, you need;

  • to apply for English ‘qualified teacher status’ QTS, or be able to demonstrate strong non-UK qualifications and experience
  • a high standard of written and spoken English
  • to pass criminal and professional safeguarding checks (these will be organized by your employer)
  • a visa or immigration status allowing you to work in the UK

If you are not a Qualified Teacher, you need to apply to train to teach in England to receive a qualified teacher status certificate.

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Why Do you Need to Train to Teach in England?

If you are not a qualified teacher, you could apply to train to teach in England. During the training, trainees will be exposed to practical, hands-on, and supportive skills to teach. As an international trainee, you’ll have more opportunities to train at a world-class institution where creativity and innovation are valued, gaining lots of classroom experience along the way.

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Benefits of Applying to Train to Teach in England

  1. You will be eligible for £10,000 from the UK Government as International Relocation Payment (IRP)
  2. You will be awarded a Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) certificate valued globally, which will allow you to apply for teaching jobs in all Schools in England
  3. You will be able to connect with team of experts teaching in reputable schools
  4. You will be able to advance your career by obtaining a Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) in England.

Can I Benefit from this Training in my Home Country?

Yes. If you don’t want to move to England to study, you can apply to train for international qualified teacher status (iQTS).

Can I Benefit If I Do Not Have a University Degree?

If you do not have a degree, you can apply to study a 3- to 4-year undergraduate course in England (opens in a new window), which combines a teaching degree with qualified teacher status (QTS) (opens in a new window). When you complete your studies, you’ll be able to apply for jobs as a teacher in England.

How To Apply

  • Apply for UK Visa
  • Apply for Train to Teach in England
  • Enroll for Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) Course
  • Apply for Teaching Jobs

Eligible Countries

  • Australia
  • Canada
  • the EEA
  • Guernsey
  • Gibraltar
  • Hong Kong
  • Jersey
  • New Zealand
  • Northern Ireland
  • Scotland
  • Switzerland
  • Ukraine
  • the USA
  • Ghana
  • India
  • Jamaica
  • Nigeria
  • Singapore
  • South Africa
  • Zimbabwe

Apply Now for QTS in England

 

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