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To teach in a state school in England, you must have a degree, and gain Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) by following a programme of Initial Teacher Training (ITT). You must have achieved minimum requirements in GCSE English and maths, and GCSE science if you wish to teach at primary-level. You’ll also need to pass the professional skills tests in numeracy and literacy before you begin your teacher training. You can teach in independent schools, academies, and free schools in England without QTS, but it’s a definite advantage to have it.
Which teacher training route is right for you? Are you a school leaver, recent graduate, or career changer? Use our interactive tool to narrow your search and explore your options.
Get top tips from current trainees, application advice from ITT tutors, and expert introductions to key issues in education to help you get ready for your training programme.
Choose the right training programme
There are a few different postgraduate teacher training routes in England and Wales. Although training programmes in England and Wales are broadly similar, the routes available, eligibility, and funding options may vary. Watch our video on the different routes into teaching to see which one is the right fit for you. Once you’ve done that, it’s time to search for some training providers!

Search for courses
You can find all postgraduate teacher training programmes that have vacancies in the UCAS Teacher Training search tool. Once you hit the search button, click the name of the training programme to find more details, such as entry requirements, to establish if it matches your qualifications. Even if the programme you’re interested has vacancies listed, it’s always worth ringing the training provider just to make sure that they can consider your application.
OverviewGujarat has total geographical area of 196024 Sq. Km. Out of which, 18961.69 Sq. Km. (9.67%) is declared forest area. State has wide variations in Geophysical and Eco-climatic conditions ranging from hot saline deserts to humid hilly tracts and from coast to high hills, which has resulted in to formation of various types of forest. These factors have bestowed the state with diversity of Flora and Fauna. Gujarat is rich in floral diversity of species, habitats and ecosystems that represents nearly 13% of the floristic diversity of the country. The majestic Asiatic Lion and Wild Ass have their last resorts of the world in Gujarat. The faunal biodiversity consists of 14% fishes, 18% reptiles, 37% avifauna and 25% of the mammal population of the country. Gujarat Forest Department is entrusted with the prime responsibility of protection, conservation and development of forest and wildlife of the state.

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