Entry Requirements

Applications are now open for Teacher Training in 2019-20


For more information on How to Apply, Entry Requirements and Our Recuitmnet Process please visit our new website: www.rcttp.org.uk


The following Entry Requirements apply to both the School Direct and SCITT training routes.

GCSE Maths at grade A*- C or grade 4 or above
GCSE English Language at grade A*- C or grade 4 or above
GCSE Science at grade A*- C or grade 4 or above (Primary applicants only) 

* We now accept applications from those studying for their GCSE qualifications however you must provide evidence at interview that you are currently enrolled on a GCSE course and will receive your result by August 2019.

An Honours Degree (360 credits) at 2:2 or above. We may consider applicants with a 3rd Class Honours degree where there were extenuating circumstances- please contact us to dicuss this prior to completing an application.

If you wish to train as a Secondary teacher your degree must closely relate to the curriculum area chosen. For those with a Foundation degree this must be supplemented by at least 120 credits at HE level.

We Accept:
O Level (Grades A-C)
CSE (Grade 1 only)
SCE (Grades A-C)
SCE Standard Grade (Level 1-3)
NARIC recognised equivalents for candidates educated outside of the UK

We Do Not Accept:
Level 2 Key Skills
University equivalency tests



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