Careers & Higher Education

There is a wide range of support for students wishing to apply for higher education or start a career after leaving College. The College provides information and advice on choosing a university course, how to make an application to UCAS and alternatives to university.  

The College Careers Library is situated within the main College Library. In the Careers Library you will find information on careers of all kinds, as well as university prospectuses and other books relating to Higher Education.

Students are very welcome to book an individual interview with the College Careers Adviser. Lunchtime drop-in sessions are also available.

The College organises a programme of Higher Education advice each year. This includes talks on choosing a university and a course, personal statements and student finance. Students are taken to a UCAS HE Convention and the college holds its own University and Gap Year Fair. The College organises its own Apprenticeship Careers Fair each year. Companies and training providers attend to help students consider alternatives to university.

The College holds the Matrix Quality Standard for its advice and support services. The Careers Adviser is a member of the Career Development Institute. 

View the student progression strategy or results and destinations

UNIVERSITY

There is a wide range of support for students wishing to apply for higher education or start a career after leaving College. The College provides information and advice on choosing a university course, how to make an application to UCAS and alternatives to university.  

The College Careers Library is situated within the main College Library. In the Careers Library you will find information on careers of all kinds, as well as university prospectuses and other books relating to Higher Education.

Students are very welcome to book an individual interview with the College Careers Adviser. Lunchtime drop-in sessions are also available.

The College organises a programme of Higher Education advice each year. This includes talks on choosing a university and a course, personal statements and student finance. Students are taken to a UCAS HE Convention and the college holds its own University and Gap Year Fair. The College organises its own Apprenticeship Careers Fair each year. Companies and training providers attend to help students consider alternatives to university.

The College holds the Matrix Quality Standard for its advice and support services. The Careers Adviser is a member of the Career Development Institute. 

View the student progression strategy or results and destinations

UNIVERSITY