Become a Study Rocket content champion

Earn money, help students and become an influencer, all with a single document.

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Tell us about you and we’ll get in touch.

What is Study Rocket?

Study Rocket is an interactive learning environment for students. We create an experience which centralises,
encourages and improves student extra-curricular work to get more out of their study time. Within this
experience we deliver all-inclusive subject content, and that’s where you come in.

How does it work?

A Study Rocket course can be thought of as an interactive revision guide. The content of a course should cover an
entire exam board syllabus in sufficient depth that it can be used in isolation by a student while still enabling them to reach the top grades.

It’s a simple process to create a Study Rocket course for your subject:

1 Apply to be a Study Rocket content champion

2 Decide the subject(s), level(s) and exam board(s) you want to take on

3 We provide you with access to the course builder and an instruction booklet (it’s simple)

4 Split the exam board requirements into topics and write the content, practice questions and video scripts

5 Submit the course for review and we’ll put it live

6 Let your sales accumulate and get paid every month (with no further work!)

Who can do it?

Content champions can come from a manner of backgrounds, from specialist teachers, lecturers, academics to
high-achieving students and graduates.
We encourage anyone with a passion and knowledge of their subjects to apply.

What do I get?

Becoming a content champion is one of the smartest decisions you can make if you work, or have a passion for,
education. Beyond the obvious value you’re creating by helping students achieve their full potential, there’s
considerable rewards for your work.

Financial rewards

25% commission

£5.00-10.00 per student

Minimal workload

10-30 hours of work per course

Recycle your existing resources

Feeling strong?

Perhaps you have more time or want to maximise the
sales of your course. If that’s the case, here’s a few
things you could be doing:

— Write blog posts about your subject on our blog

— Network your course to teachers & schools

— Keep it up to date with exam spec changes