Applying for a Mathematics Teacher Training Scholarship
Do you love the idea of explaining maths to youngsters? Does your passion for maths drive you? Do you want to change the perception of maths? Then why not awaken your potential and apply for the Maths Teacher Training Scholarship Scheme?
We welcome applications from people who can become passionate, knowledgeable and talented teachers to inspire and enthuse future generations.
To apply for a Scholarship, you need to meet the following criteria:
- You qualify as a home student for the purpose of provision of student support,
- You have or expect to:
- Achieve a First, 2:i or postgraduate degree (Masters/PhD) in a subject with a strong mathematical content (applications are also welcomed from candidates with a 2:ii degree if combined with bring significant relevant experience), or;
- Have completed or will complete a Maths Subject Enhancement Course (SKE) prior to September 2017, or;
- Have a non-mathematical degree with extensive mathematical professional experience
Please be aware that if you don’t have a maths degree you may need to provide degree transcripts. Equally, if you have completed your degree outside the UK you will need a NARIC equivalency statement to assist your application.
Furthermore, if you are on an SKE course we recommend that you complete this if possible before you come to an assessment centre. This is to assist you with regards to the mathematical knowledge you will need to show as part of the overall assessment process.
If you have any questions about any aspect of your eligibility to apply, or the scheme in general, please contact the Scholarship Scheme here at the IMA where the team will be happy to help.
Over the years that the scheme has been running, a thriving social media community has developed on Twitter and Facebook. This year there is a website dedicated to the Maths Teacher Training Scholarship Scheme which gives more detail about all the Scheme can offer in addition to £27,500 such as membership of professional bodies; training courses and access to resources.
When you’re ready to apply to the Mathematics Scholarship Scheme then complete the online application. Please note that we cannot accept hard copies of the application form. In addition to this, you cannot save an application when you’re part way through its completion.
This year there are six rounds of applications that end on the 24th July 2017. Please note that if you’re unsuccessful at any stage you cannot reapply in the current application year.
Due to the high volume of applications received, applications are now closed.
The application rounds for this year are:
Round 1: 10 October 2016 to 28 November 2016
Round 2: 5 December 2016 to 16 January 2017
Round 3: 23 January 2017 to 27 February 2017
Round 4: 6 March 2017 to 24 April 2017
Round 5: 1 May 2017 to 12 June 2017
Round 6: 19 June 2017 to 24 July 2017 (Closed early due to high volume of applications received and limited spaces)