Beneficiaries of 2023 to 2024 Turing Scheme funding can now access a range of guides and supporting videos
More than 40,000 students, learners and pupils across the UK set to study or work in over 160 destinations across the world during next academic year.
Recordings of recent Turing Scheme webinars are now available online
Thousands of young people from all backgrounds across the UK to get the chance to study and work abroad thanks to flagship government scheme.
Read the Turing Scheme Programme Guide now and begin planning your 2023 to 2024 funding application.
A total of 38,374 students, from 131 universities, 112 further education providers and 73 schools, will visit over 150 destinations during the year, with 51.99% of the placements for disadvantaged students – up from 48% last year.
Applications to the Turing Scheme for the 2022 to 2023 academic year have now closed.
Deadline approaching – additional guidance available for completing your Turing Scheme application form
With the deadline for 2022-23 Turing Scheme applications fast approaching we have some additional guidance for completing your online application form.
The Turing Scheme, which has been designed by the UK Government to provide global opportunities in education and training has opened applications for students at UK schools, colleges and universities for the second year of the scheme.
The Turing Scheme, which has been designed by the UK Government to provide global opportunities in education and training for British citizens, has opened registrations for schools, colleges and universities.
Successful applicants across the UK have welcomed more than £96 million of grants provided for international education and training experiences under the government’s new Turing Scheme.
Two successful organisations will receive over half a million pounds from the Turing Scheme for 26 schools in Wales.
The funding results have been released, more than 40,000 students will be preparing to study and work abroad under Turing Scheme funding.
A new report by Universities UK International (UUKi) has found that overseas placements of just a few weeks, which could be funded under the Turing Scheme, provide tangible benefits for students.
The Turing Scheme will provide opportunities for students to study and work abroad in countries across the world.