How much does a Teaching Fellow make?

Updated 14 Oct 2021
£37,706 /yr
Average Base Pay

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£28K

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£38K

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£50K

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No additional cash compensation has been reported for this role

The national average salary for Teaching Fellow is £37,706 per year in United Kingdom. Filter by location to see Teaching Fellow salaries in your area. Salaries estimates are based on 100 salaries submitted anonymously to Glassdoor by Teaching Fellow employees.

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University College London
4.3

University College London

Teaching Fellow

£41,444

 /yr
Range: £24K - £45K
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£24K

£45K

£23,967 - £44,863 Range

Imperial College London
4.4

Imperial College London

Teaching Fellow

£47,688

 /yr
Range: £46K - £60K

£46K

£60K

£46,386 - £59,805 Range

University of Edinburgh
4.3

University of Edinburgh

Teaching Fellow

£34,334

 /yr
Range: £29K - £43K

£29K

£43K

£29,340 - £42,705 Range

University of Warwick
4.3

University of Warwick

Teaching Fellow

£35,066

 /yr
Range: £31K - £38K

£31K

£38K

£31,364 - £37,670 Range

King's College London
4.1

King's College London

Teaching Fellow

£42,809

 /yr
Range: £38K - £47K

£38K

£47K

£38,000 - £47,002 Range

University of Birmingham
4.2

University of Birmingham

Teaching Fellow

£33,270

 /yr
Range: £31K - £44K

£31K

£44K

£30,692 - £43,666 Range

University of Surrey
4.5

University of Surrey

Teaching Fellow

£43,078

 /yr
Range: £41K - £59K

£41K

£59K

£41,245 - £58,600 Range

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University College London
4.3

University College London

Teaching Fellow

£40,368

 /yr
Range: £20K - £42K

£20K

£42K

£19,864 - £42,394 Range

University of Edinburgh
4.3

University of Edinburgh

Teaching Fellow - Contractor

£37,706

 /yr
Range: £36K - £41K

£36K

£41K

£35,607 - £40,547 Range

University of Leeds
4.3

University of Leeds

Teaching Fellow

£38,771

 /yr
Range: £36K - £42K

£36K

£42K

£36,089 - £41,818 Range

Queen Mary, University of London
4.2

Queen Mary, University of London

Teaching Fellow - Hourly

£21

 /hr
Range: £16 - £23

£16

£23

£16 - £23 Range

University of Bath
4.4

University of Bath

Teaching Fellow

£41,071

 /yr
Range: £35K - £49K

£35K

£49K

£34,732 - £48,955 Range

Aston University
4

Aston University

Teaching Fellow

£42,260

 /yr
Range: £33K - £46K

£33K

£46K

£33,000 - £45,980 Range

University of Portsmouth
4.3

University of Portsmouth

Teaching Fellow

£39,701

 /yr
Range: £30K - £40K

£30K

£40K

£30,318 - £40,408 Range

Imperial College London
4.4

Imperial College London

Teaching Fellow

£40,104

 /yr
Range: £37K - £42K

£37K

£42K

£37,222 - £41,664 Range

University of Edinburgh
4.3

University of Edinburgh

Teaching Fellow

£24,883

 /yr
Range: £17K - £45K

£17K

£45K

£16,899 - £44,817 Range

LSE
4.3

LSE

Teaching Fellow

£39,442

 /yr
Range: £37K - £54K

£37K

£54K

£37,214 - £54,495 Range

Royal Holloway University of London
3.8

Royal Holloway University of London

Teaching Fellow - Contractor

£41,256

 /yr
Range: £35K - £47K

£35K

£47K

£35,036 - £46,632 Range

University of Edinburgh
4.3

University of Edinburgh

Teaching Fellow
About 

£34K -£43K

£34K

£43K

£33,712 - £42,798 Range

University of Southampton
4.2

University of Southampton

Teaching Fellow
About 

£34K -£40K

£34K

£40K

£34,066 - £39,766 Range

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Frequently asked questions about a Teaching Fellow salaries

The national average salary for a Teaching Fellow is £37,706 per year in United Kingdom. Filter by location to see a Teaching Fellow salaries in your area. Salaries estimates are based on 100 salaries submitted anonymously to Glassdoor by a Teaching Fellow employees.

The highest salary for a Teaching Fellow in United Kingdom is £50,102 per year.

The lowest salary for a Teaching Fellow in United Kingdom is £28,376 per year.

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