I have applied for teacher training. Completed all my application with UCAS. All my placements were provided by Exeter University. And i did went trough hell with their admissions department. From Bulgaria i have top grade masters degree in IT. Exeter University told me that i need to provide them with math syllabus at my secondary education. Despite i have payed and provided them with NARIC sertificate where clearly stated that i have math equivalent of GSCE. I was on 2 school interviews, children love me and assessing teachers where not that impress. I do know i live in a least diverce part of UK - south west, but please. After applying to SCITT for my second choice, i was refused again and the reason been that I have not done experience in state funded school. All my experience is from private school where i have been volenteering in the last 5 years. And on the same interview they mencioned that i can do equivelency tests instead of GSCE, and after on the rejection email they said that GSCE is essential, not even a chance if i really go and passGSCE. Can someone explain to me how to overcome prejustice and small minded people. And how to go about it. Thanks for everyone who reads this tread.