Joining the Course
You will find a link to the online application form at the foot of this page. Please read the following information carefully before applying.
Students undertaking the course are normally expected to have an all round education to ‘A’ level standard and the equivalent of GCSE grade ‘C’ in Maths and English. Experience of working with children is also important. We may make exceptions for applicants who show enthusiasm, commitment and the determination to tackle any areas in their own education which need further development.
The course focuses on many aspects of the teaching and learning process. While it refers to a wide ranging curriculum, it does not cover the detail of each subject.
Annual fees cover the tuition costs of ten weekends and two weeks. They also include all guided learning between weekends.
First Year fees for the course beginning September 2021
£2,490 when paid in full by 31st July 2021 (Early Bird Fee)
£2,590 when paid in full by 31st August 2021
£2,670 when paid in 3 instalments during the year
(payments on 1st September 2021, 1st January 2022 and 1st May 2022)
£2,690 when paid later than 31st August 2021
These figures include an initial deposit of £300, payable at the time of being accepted onto the course. For example, if you choose to pay by instalments, you will pay a non-refundable deposit of £300 to secure your place on the course, followed by three payments of £790.
In addition, you will need to pay for any accommodation and meals you require. You will also need a small budget for materials and books, though we try to keep additional costs as low as possible.
We will be accepting applications from 20th February 2021.
Second Year fees – payable in September 2022
£2,490 when paid in full by 31st August 2020
£2,490 when paid for by the Godparents Trust*
£2,590 when paid later than 31st August 2022
*In your second year, you may apply for a loan from the Godparents Trust, for which we can supply details.
Ready to apply?
Clicking here will take you to the online application form