Careers Advice & Guidance
We are here to help you develop important life skills and evaluate your options to make informed career choices. The following links provide more information, including websites and resources to assist you in formulating your ideas about your personalised career progression.
National Careers Service
Advice and guidance to help you make decisions on learning, training and work opportunities. The service offers confidential and impartial advice, supported by qualified careers advisers and is available to all.
Higher Education Research
• Search by key words that are of interest (eg. law, psychology, retail, etc…)
• Search by university name.
This is a 5 minute questionnaire which asks you a series of questions to produce specific degree suggestions. This is invaluable because there are 50,000+ courses out there and you may never have heard of the course perfect for you.
• Enables you to search by different criteria including predicted grades
• Very convenient display for each course
Alternatives to University
The Apprenticeships website provides advice and guidance on what apprenticeships are, the benefits and how to find an apprenticeship.
Not Going to University
An online guide that offers School and College leavers information on opportunities that exist outside of university such as apprenticeships, sponsored degrees, diplomas, gap years and jobs.