Students studying a full-time or part-time Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) can get funding to help with the costs of the course, providing all Student Finance eligibility criteria is met.
Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) courses attract the same funding as an undergraduate degree course. This means that if eligible, you will be able to apply for tuition fee and living costs support.
For more information, please select one of the following information pages:
*International Students are not entitled to statutory student funding but may be able to apply for some funding from the University. International students are advised to consult the university’s International Development Office who administer scholarships for international students: firstname.lastname@example.org and to check out the University webpages to see the full range of scholarships on offer.
EU and International Students are able to apply to study the PGCE but the University cannot guarantee that the PGCE qualification will enable you to teach in your home country. It is your responsibility to check the regulations for your home education jurisdiction.
Welsh Government Teacher Training Incentives are available to eligible students who are studying the following PGCE Secondary subject specialisms: Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Design and Technology, English, Mathematics, Modern Foreign Languages, Physics and Welsh. The incentive amount is based on your degree classification and/or Masters, PhD.
More information on Welsh Government teacher training incentives can be found here: Teacher Training Incentives in Wales 2020/21 (English).
Please note that Swansea University only offers a full-time PGCE pathway. For more information, please visit the PGCE course pages