Make Your Mark Programme - Application Form

Please note applicants must be currently enrolled undergraduate students at the University of Sussex. Tutors will be placed in schools around the South East coast area.
Section 1: Personal Details

We use the following information for tracking your application and evaluating our recruitment in line with equal opportunities legislation. The information given here is not shared with anyone else and in no way affects the success of your application to work as a Brilliant Club tutor.

This is the last name on your legal documents, e.g. birth certificate/passport.

This is the last name on your legal documents, e.g. birth certificate/passport.

This is the first name you would like to be called.

This is the last name you would like to be called.




This helps us understand the best way to address you. For example, choose ‘She/her’ if you would like us to say, “She’s celebrating her birthday today!” on your birthday.














** We work with fantastic tutors with disabilities and want to continue to do so.  We are asking for this information in order to best support your application and any future work with us and will never make a decision on your suitability to work as a tutor based on this disclosure.


Section 2: Contact Details

Preferably your mobile number. Please leave no spaces.

Please separate lines by commas, e.g. Flat 7, 14 Woodland Road, London.



Section 3: Academic History


Please note that as a Make your Mark tutor you will be required to teach either English or Maths at GCSE level. We ask either that applications are currently studying an undergraduate course related to English or Maths, or that they hold an A level equivalent in either subject. 

Bachelor's Degree



A Level

Section 4: How did you hear about The Brilliant Club

Please click on all the relevant options.


Section 5: Employment and Placement Details

You must be able to prove your eligibility to work in the UK in order for us to process your application to work as a Scholars Programme tutor. The following groups will typically be eligible: UK citizens, EU nationals and international students residing with a Tier IV visa. If you do not fit into one of these groups then please check your eligibility HERE before proceeding.

The Brilliant Club provides enhanced disclosure DBS checks for all its PhD tutors. These show all unspent convictions. A conviction does not necessarily mean we will not be able to place you in a school, however an unspent conviction can make it more challenging to place a PhD tutor in a school. We approach these on a case-by-case basis in discussion with the PhD tutor and potential placement schools. If you have any questions on this, please contact tutorhr@thebrilliantclub.org, and the team will be happy to set up a phone call to discuss this further.
Section 6: Assessment Questions

Please provide developed responses to the questions below. We encourage you to utilise the 200 words word limit.





Privacy Policy


At The Brilliant Club we take your privacy seriously. By ticking this box, you confirm that you have read and understood our Privacy Policy, and that you are consenting to The Brilliant Club using your personal information for the purposes of administering your account and providing the products and services you have requested from us.


By completing this form, you agree that The Brilliant Club may retain your application data for up to 2 years. We do this in order to be able to report to our partner universities on recruitment trends and to improve our understanding of our recruitment processes. You can withdraw your consent at any time by contacting data@thebrilliantclub.org specifying in the subject field that you wish to withdraw consent.