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When you train to teach languages or physics the UK government will pay you up to £28,000 (around €32,000). In one year, you’ll earn a Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) which is a top quality, internationally recognised professional qualification.

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Originally founded as a teacher training college in 1946, our primary and secondary training is rated Outstanding by Ofsted.

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€28,700 bursary to train to teach Languages

You would be eligible for this if you studied the Modern Languages PGCE Secondary at the University of Worcester.

€32,100 bursary to train to teach Physics

You would be eligible for this if you studied the Physics PGCE Secondary at the University of Worcester.

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Find out everything you need to know about studying and applying for a PGCE.

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Living in Worcester

Worcester is a beautiful, safe, university city within easy reach of Birmingham. It's a great place to pursue your passion and achieve your potential.

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Ofsted has rated us as "Outstanding" in training Primary and Secondary Teachers 2023

The University of Worcester’s education of future primary and secondary teachers has been given the highest possible grade with inspectors stating that, along with its partners, the University creates “a learning community that places children at the heart of everyone’s endeavours” and “trainees benefit from an exceptional learning experience”.

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