Personal Statement In 600 words, we want to know about why you want to become a teacher, why you think you will make an inspirational teacher, why you believe you will be good at teaching mathematics and how you meet the criteria required for a Maths Scholar.
Make sure you include any school teaching/observation experience you have, or are planning to get and when, in your personal statement as this helps to demonstrate that this is what you want to do.
are you an UK or EU citizen and has been resident in the UK or EU for the last 3 years?
If you answer ‘no’ to this question, then depending on your circumstances you may still be eligible.
We will not accept family and relations as your referee.
If you do receive an email from the Maths Scholarships Team, asking for clarification on something in your application or requesting further information, then please do respond to us.
Payment of the 0 application fee is required before your application is officially submitted.
Be sure to keep a record of: Once an account has been created a system generated email will be sent.
We also encourage you to support your personal statement with any other relevant experience of working with young people, including employment and voluntary work, interests and hobbies, such as scouts youth clubs, coaching sports teams, UAS module or a STEM Ambassador.
As you have to write a personal statement for your UCAS application, with some appropriate tweaking, why not submit that? To help us assign you a date for an Assessment Centre, ensure that you have put all the dates up until the 30 September 2017 that you know that you are not available, i.e. Your referee can be either your academic tutor, if still at university, or a senior colleague.