Careers & Progression Advice

Careers Leader: Kathryn Mogford

Careers Advisor: Julia Lock

Oxbridge Coordinator: Joanna Atkinson 


Please take a look at the following documents:

The Henley College's Careers Policy 2020

The Henley College Careers Plan 2020

Results and destinations


Careers Resources and Support:


    The CareersHub Team is a source of information, advice, websites and resources for students of The Henley College. Students can access this from their Microsoft Teams area.

    • Booking a Careers interview
    • Careers Exploration
    • University (UK and Abroad)
    • Open days, Tasters and Super-curricular activities
    • Oxbridge, Medicine, Dentistry and Veterinary courses
    • Gap years and volunteering
    • Jobsearch and Employability skills
    • JOBSHOP, a selection of Higher and Degree apprenticeship vacancies (from November)
    • Apprenticeships
    • Labour Market Information
    • Work Experience
    • Careers Newsletter archive


    Unifrog is the one-stop-shop for destinations, allowing students to explore every university course, apprenticeship and college course in the UK plus other around the world opportunities such as European and US undergraduate courses.  They can make applications using Unifrog and receive feedback from teachers along the way. This includes creating their personal statement and CV, plus more! Find out more here
    All parents/guardians can have access to the Unifrog system and use it to support their students to explore all the options available post-college.


    Morrisby Careers one of the most popular online career guidance programmes for young people, helping millions of students explore the many different career opportunities open to them. It is accurate, relevant, easy to use and excellent value for money.
    Find out more at


    Our tutorial programme, which is delivered to all our students at the College, includes extensive support on careers and next steps. This includes the development of employability skills, use of Unifrog and advice and guidance on university, apprenticeships and jobsearch. Students receive one-to-one support from their professional tutor.


    If you are a student or a parent/guardian of a student at The Henley College you can book to see Julia Lock, the Careers Adviser, at
    If you have any queries or comments, please contact Julia Lock by email at or by calling 01491 634010.


    This fortnightly publication is emailed to all students. It contains news about opportunities, events and important deadlines, covering all aspects of careers, university, apprenticeships, gap years and work experience. The archive is saved onto the CareersHub Team for students to access.


    The Careers Adviser provides a snapshot of Higher and Degree level apprenticeship vacancies in the Jobshop, available on the careersHub Team.


    Employers, universities and guest speakers regulary present to students and parents to provide information on the current opportunities.


    The Careers Library is within Deanfield Library. It contains university prospectuses, career literature and jobsearch support materials. 

NEXT STEPS.....University

There is a wide range of support for students wishing to apply for university. The College provides information and advice on choosing a university course and how to make an application to UCAS.

The College organises a programme of university advice each year. This includes talks on choosing a university and a course, personal statements and student finance. Students are taken to a UCAS Exhibition and the college holds its own University and Gap Year Fair. 
The Careers Library holds current university prospectuses and UCAS guides to subject areas.

UCAS 2021 Guidelines

For those looking to apply to university, please find the latest UCAS guidelines on entries for 2021. All information is included in the PDF but if you require any further information please contact our Careers Adviser, Julia Lock via

NEXT STEPS.....Apprenticeship or Job

The Henley College Annual Apprenticeship Careers Fair gives students the opportunity to meet with a wide variety of local and national employers. This allows them to start to develop their networking skills and research employment opportunities.

Professional tutors and the Careers Adviser support students with applications and interviews. Information and opportunities are available on the CareersHub Team resources, including the Jobshop and Careers Newsletter. 

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