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Claim your £1000 fee award before 31/01/2013

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Newcastle College have decided to guarantee the fee award for eligible students who enrol with us onto the following year 1 FdA/DTLLS and PGCE programmes starting in Jan 2013:

  • PGCE in Education and Training part-time (Masters level)
  • DTLLS/Foundation Degree in Education and Training (level 5), including specialist: Maths and Numeracy; English, Literacy and Language; 14-19 teaching; Learning Difficulties and Disabilities.

This means that your fee for 2013 will automatically be reduced by £1000. If the application for the fee award is not successful, we will not increase the fee but will honour this agreement with you.

Contact our teacher education advisors today – email nse@ncl-coll.ac.uk

For further information about the fee award, see http://www.excellencegateway.org.uk/feta

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