Graduate story: From Business Management to Teaching

My name is Avenesh Mahtani and I graduated from QMUL’s School of Business and Management in 2010 with 1st Class Honours. Since 2010, I have been working as a teacher in Germany. Having worked in adult education until 2016, I changed to primary school teaching in 2017 and have worked at an international school teaching … More Graduate story: From Business Management to Teaching

Getting into teaching – new routes in and subject options available

Applications are now open for teaching courses for next academic year. Find out more about the different training options and funding available, as well as that you might be able to teach more subjects that you had thought. What are the different ways to become a teacher? There are two different routes to qualifying to … More Getting into teaching – new routes in and subject options available

Thinking about teaching chemistry? Bursary available

Pursuing a fulfilling career in the teaching industry requires a lot of thought and research. Here is a general checklist of some of the things that you need to have thought about in detail: –         Do you have the required skills to make a good teacher? Some of the skills and qualities often associated with … More Thinking about teaching chemistry? Bursary available

Paid roles that help develop your career

We recently posted about paid roles helping deliver ‘The National Citizen Service’ the UK based version of the International Citizen Service (blogged about regularly on these pages).  While the National programme itself is for 16 and 17 year olds there are PAID opportunities available in the summer of 2015 to help deliver the UK programme.  This … More Paid roles that help develop your career