Apply now for teacher training
If you've already decided to apply for teacher training, please use the links on this page. If you're not quite ready yet and would like to know more, you can sign up with the TDA
for information and advice.
Apply to the GTTR now
Apply through the Graduate Teacher Training Registry (GTTR) if you're planning on gaining a postgraduate certificate in education (PGCE) or want to complete school-centred initial teacher training (SCITT).Apply for the GTP now
For the Graduate Teacher Programme (GTP) you will need to apply to providers through the TDA's GTP portal.
You will need to apply directly to an employment-based initial teacher training (EBITT) provider for a place on the Registered Teacher Programme (RTP) or Overseas Trained Teacher Programme (OTTP).Apply to UCAS now
Applications for undergraduate teacher training courses, such as the Bachelor of Education (BEd) or a BA/BSc with QTS, can be made through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) website.
- 30% more people are training to teach physics than in 2010
- New: Physics with mathematics PGCE available – September 2012 start
- Every 5 minutes someone applies for postgraduate teacher training
- 12 people apply for postgraduate teacher training every hour
- Salaries for newly qualified teachers start from £21k–£27k
- Bursaries: You could get £20k tax-free for courses starting in 2012