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Scholarships available for teachers to complete their Masters in SA

Applications are now being accepted for more than 50 Masters for Teachers scholarships worth up to $20,000 each.

To be eligible, applicants must be a permanent South Australian school or preschool teacher currently teaching in the public education system and has for the last 3 years.

The Masters for Teachers scholarship program assists teachers with their tuition fees which will support them to undertake further education relevant to their learning areas.

The scholarships aim to support teachers looking to build on their current knowledge and teaching methods.

Over 100 public educators have been granted with scholarships to undertake a master’s degree since the program began in 2013.

Over 6 years, 240 scholarships worth a total of $4.8million will be offered to eligible public education teachers until 2019.

Applications are open until Friday 4 August 2017. Teachers can apply on the DECD intranet.

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