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Teaching STEM subjects

Room 445, Northumberland Building


Are you looking for a rewarding career where you can use your passion for Science, Technology, Engineering or Maths?  Come to this session to find out about the many opportunities to train to teach and the financial incentives to do so.


This session is for anyone interested in teaching STEM subjects in secondary schools, whether your degree is in a curriculum subject or a related one.


 You will learn about:


  • The different types of training provider and the programmes they offer.
  • The bursaries of up to £30,000 available to train to teach these subjects.
  • How you may be able to train to teach these subjects even if your degree is not in the subject concerned.  For example, you can train in maths with a degree with a strongly numerate component, such as other sciences including psychology.

If you require communication or access support please contact Careers and Employment to discuss ways of organising this, 

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Room 445, Northumberland Building
City Campus


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