National Teaching Fellowships (NTFS) Workshops
  • Room C2, Portland Square Building

  • 2nd Floor Meeting Room, 3 Endsleigh Place

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The National Teaching Fellowship Scheme (NTFS) is co-ordinated by the Higher Education Academy and up to 55 awards are made each year to recognise individual excellence and raise the profile of learning and teaching in universities. 

The title of National Teaching Fellow is awarded to individuals who excel in their practice of learning and teaching and who can demonstrate significant, innovative, and transformational impact on students and colleagues across the university and beyond. Three applicants can be put forward by each Higher Education Institution. 

This workshop will help you prepare for an application, inform you of the University selection process and provide the opportunity to discuss the NTFS criteria with colleagues, including an existing National Teaching Fellow. 

Come along if you would like to learn more about the scheme, and are interested in applying for a National Teaching Fellowship either this year or in the future. Please book your place using one of the links above.

Contact Priska Schoenborn ( for further information. 

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