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School Direct Teacher Training - Meet the School Providers

Northumbria University

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Meet the School Providers from across the North East Region

  • Do you have the potential to become an outstanding teacher?

  • Do you want to receive up to £28,000 as a tax-free bursary while you train?

  • Do you want to choose the school you train in?

If you graduate in June 2019 then you need to apply for Teacher Training NOW!

September 2019 entry for UCAS Teacher Training opens in October 2018 and interviews follow quickly afterwards!

Come along to Student Central* at Northumbria University's City Campus on Thursday 18th October 2018 and meet local school providers from the region. 

*Student Central is situated near to St Mary's Place in Newcastle city centre on Sandyford Road. It is a 5 minute walk from Haymarket bus and metro station. Please click link below for a map.

For further information on getting into teaching from the Department for Education click here.

Event Details

Northumbria University
Student Central - Library Building
City Campus West
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 8ST


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