As the opening date for the Turing Scheme application nears, more information and supporting materials are becoming available to help educational institutions to make their bid for funding.
Our YouTube channel now features recordings of a recent series of internet delivered seminars that offer practical guidance for education staff considering accessing funds for their institution.
As well as an overview on the purpose of the Turing Scheme presented by the Department for Education, the seminar offers guidance on how to prepare your application, information on how examiners will score proposals, and a guide to key dates for your diary.
The videos for the FE/VET and schools’ sectors also include guidance on building international links.
Turing Scheme videos available now
The sector specific recordings are available to view on our YouTube channel using the links below. You can also download the presentation slides in PDF format.
|Sector||Link to video||Link to presentation (PDF)|
|Higher Education (HE)||HE Turing Scheme webinar||HE presentation deck|
|Further Education (FE) and Vocation Education and Training (VET)||FE/VET Turing Scheme webinar||FE/VET presentation deck|
|Schools||Schools’ Turing Scheme webinar||Schools’ presentation deck|
Future presentations planned – don’t miss out
The next few weeks will see an increase in helpful information and advice about the Turing Scheme. Forthcoming events include an update of the Frequently Asked Questions document to include information raised in the recent seminars, as well as an additional opportunity to raise fresh questions with scheme leaders.
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The Turing Scheme has been designed by the UK Government to provide global opportunities in education and training for pupils, learners and students studying in educational establishments in the UK and the British Overseas Territories. Full details of the scheme including a comprehensive Programme Guide are available from the Turing Scheme website.