Bursaries

We offer bursaries to state-funded schools and colleges across the UK to support continuing professional development.

We understand there can be financial barriers associated with attending CPD. Our bursaries for high-impact residential CPD  at the National STEM Learning Centre in York help you overcome these barriers.

They can be used by your school to cover course fees, accommodation, travel to the National STEM Learning Centre, supply cover and equipment. You could even use any leftover funds towards local CPD through our national network.

To find out more about bursaries available to you please select an option below.

Types of bursary available

  • CPD at the National STEM Learning Centre

    ENTHUSE bursary


    MATHS, DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, SCIENCE AND CAREERS BURSARIES

    These bursaries are for all UK state-funded schools and colleges and contribute towards the fees for attending world-class CPD provided by the National STEM Learning Centre.

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  • Science CPD at the National STEM Learning Centre

    The Department for Education bursary*

    ENHANCED SCIENCE BURSARIES

    These enhanced bursaries are for eligible schools in England and are funded by the Department for Education and Project ENTHUSE. They contribute towards the cost of attending high-impact science CPD at the National STEM Learning Centre in York.
     

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    * With additional funding from the Royal Society of Chemistry.

  • Computing CPD

    National Centre for Computing Education bursary

    COMPUTING AND GCSE COMPUTER SCIENCE BURSARIES

    We are part of a consortium that runs The National Centre for Computing Education (NCCE), delivering CPD courses and providing bursaries to support you through our programmes. Click below to find out more at teachcomputing.org

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Our bursaries are available because of the generous support from our key funders and strategic partners, including, but not limited to, the Department for Education and Project ENTHUSE.

Contact us

If you are uncertain whether your school is eligible, please contact us via email or call us on 01904 326394 (bursary helpline).

View our terms and conditions.