Apply on the UCAS website from 9 October. You’ll need to register with UCAS before you can apply. Visit Get into Teaching for guidance on applying for teacher training.

When you apply you’ll need these codes for the Choices section of your application form:

  • Training provider code: 168
  • Training programme code: 22BV Tuition route
  • Training provider code: 168
  • Training programme code : 33MS Salary route

You’ll also need to choose a training location and give the relevant training location code.

Tuition Route (22BV)

All applicants who meet the entry requirements will be invited to attend a selection event at one of our partnership schools.

The selection process involves a 20 minute mini lesson to small group of children, a written literacy task and an individual interview with members of MAITT. Details to support preparation for the event are sent to successful applicants along with an invitation to attend. Our selection and interview procedure will also give applicants further information about our programme and provide an opportunity to meet our friendly staff team.

An applicant’s performance in each part of the selection process is assessed and a final decision is made, based on a judgement of performance across the day. Applicants are normally informed of decisions within 24 hours.

Applicants will be assessed for their:

  • Relevant subject knowledge for Primary teaching and their interest in and enthusiasm for teaching the 5-11 age range
  • Ability to successfully engage learners and to make learning exciting and meaningful to children in a range of contexts
  • Commitment to supporting learners, including in areas of challenging social context
  • Enthusiasm, energy and resilience and ability to work with others in teams
  • Potential to work successfully at Master’s level.

Applicants are asked to bring evidence of GCSEs in English, Mathematics and Science with them to interview, along with degree certificates if they have already graduated

Interview Dates:

w/c 14/1/19

w/c 21/1/19

w/c 28/1/19

Salaried Route (33MS)

All applicants who meet the entry requirements will be invited for an individual interview. Interviews will be held, and will involve staff from, either your supporting school or MAITT.

Details to support preparation for the event are sent to successful applicants along with an invitation to attend. Our selection and interview procedure will also give applicants further information about our programmes and provide an opportunity to meet our friendly staff team. An applicant’s performance at interview is assessed and a final decision is made. Applicants are normally informed of decisions within 24 hours.

Applicants will be assessed for their:

  • Relevant subject knowledge for primary teaching and their interest in and enthusiasm for teaching the 5-11 age range
  • Ability to successfully engage learners and to make learning exciting and meaningful to learners in a range of contexts
  • Commitment to supporting learners, including in areas of challenging social context
  • Enthusiasm, energy and resilience and ability to work with others in teams

Interviews will be arranged upon receiving applications