Recruitment for non-UK Teachers 2023 [Government Funded]
The UK government, via the Department of Education, has unveiled an opportunity for foreign language and physics educators and trainees to avail themselves of the international relocation payments (IRP). These payments are accessible to individuals worldwide who are ready to relocate in order to provide training and teaching services in English schools.
The International Relocation Payment (IRP) is a program backed by the UK government, aimed at providing financial assistance to non-UK trainees and educators. Eligible applicants can receive a payment of £10,000 along with a bursary or scholarship to facilitate their relocation process. This financial support is designed to cover the costs associated with relocating to the United Kingdom to pursue training and teaching positions in the fields of language and physics.
Requirement and Eligibility Criteria for the Recruitment for non-UK Teachers:
- Teaching subject for teachers: The program is open to those who are wiling to work for an English state secondary school on a contract beginning in the 2023 to 2024 academic year and must be either;
- a physics teacher
- a general or combined science teacher (must teach the physics element of these subjects)
- a language teacher (any language is eligible except English)
- Type of visa for teachers: To come to England applicants must be eligible to apply for any of the following visas.
- Skilled worker visa
- Youth Mobility Scheme
- India Young Professionals Scheme visa
- Family visa
- UK Ancestry visa
- British National (Overseas) visa
- High Potential Individual visa
- Afghan citizens resettlement scheme
- Afghan Relocations and Assistance Policy
- Ukraine Family Scheme visa
- Ukraine Sponsorship Scheme
- Date of arrival for teachers: Applicants must be ready/available to move to England no more than 3 months before the start of your job.
What you Should Know
- Through the IRP offers financial support will be offered to teachers and trainees who would like to travel to train and work in English
- Applicants are invited from all over the world to take part in the opportunity
- A single payment of £10,000 is made to all qualified trainees and teachers
- Payments will be made around the end of the teacher’s or trainee’s first term.
- Eligible applicants will also receive a bursary or scholarship in addition to the IRP
- The IRP an initiative of the UK government running as a pilot in the 2023 to 2024 academic year
What the IRP Payment Cover
- The payment is designed to cover:
- the costs of visas
- the immigration health surcharge
- other relocation expenses
How to Apply for the Recruitment for non-UK Teachers:
In order to apply for the IRP, your first step is to apply for a teaching position. To find out how to submit your application, you can click on the provided link. If you are already a teacher or a salaried trainee who has commenced their teaching role or teacher training course, you should submit your IRP application through the Get into Teaching website. The application window for the IRP will be open starting from September 4, 2023.
Application Deadline: 31 October 2023
For more information Visit the Official Website