To help prepare the next generation for life after school, students across the globe who are 16-19 years old and their teachers are now eligible for free access to FT.com.
Access to our award-winning journalism plus a suite of digital features on FT.com allows students to make connections between the subjects they are studying and real-world political, economic and cultural events.
With the help of a panel of teachers, we highlight and guide readers to FT journalism that can enrich senior school education and help prepare students for successful careers.
Students receive a weekly email newsletter with links to FT articles, videos and podcasts with explanation of the relevance to the curricula.
Schools will have access for at least a year and can then continue at no cost for as long as the programme lasts. The FT will notify schools if and when the programme ends.
Outside the UK?
Click here to register your interest for free access to FT.com for 16-19 year old students and their teachers now.
In the UK?
Click here to register your interest for free access to FT.com for sixth formers and their teachers now.
Click here to learn more about paid for access for Tertiary Education worldwide.
An FT Group Subscription offers a practical way for educational institutions to incorporate current affairs and an international perspective into their curriculums, bridging the gap between theory and reality.
For more information about how the Financial Times can help your organisation or to request a free trial, please get in touch.