We’re looking for the next generation of great teachers to work in our rural and remote public schools and the Department of Education can kick-start your career with a teach.Rural scholarship.
Rural and remote areas in NSW are wonderful places to live, work and build a great teaching career.
The Minister for Education, Rob Stokes, said in a video message: “NSW public schools are full of opportunities for great teachers – people who make a real difference to our state's future.”
The financial benefits of a teach.Rural scholarship include:
- A permanent teaching position on the successful completion of studies
- $7500 per year of full-time study
- $500 [per week] while completing a rural practicum
- An appointment allowance; and
- The potential for up to $50,000 equivalent upfront course fee
Visit teach.NSW website for more information. Applications close 24 September for the scholarships for study starting in 2019.