Each site has a careers advisor and an experienced team of tutors supports students as they make applications for further education and apprenticeships. Towards the end of Year 12 receive support to write their personal statements from their tutor and are given guidance about their choice of courses and universities.
We offer support right up to results day and beyond with support with student finance, clearing and advice on gap years.
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We are also proud to be involved with the HE+ programme which provides students with access to subject master classes and advice on applying to university. More information can be found here.
Steph: Geography, Sheffield. ‘I’m most looking forward to moving into my new accommodation to meets lots of new people and have some independence. Can’t wait for fresher’sweek, but after that I’ll be putting my head down to study some really intresting topics.’
Robyn: ‘ I was so pleased with my results, I was definitely not expecting to do well! In September, I am going to Newcastle University to study medicine, I am very excited to start the course and meet lots of new people but I am also a little apprehensive and nervous, I think that’s only natural though!’
Keiran: ‘I am going to Aberdeen University, and I am excited about living so far away with totally new people!’
Edward: ‘Next year I am travelling to Morocco to do some charity work for ‘Dental Mavericks’, then I hope to become a Dental Hygenist.’
Daniel: ‘I am studying Law next year at Nottingham University, can’t wait!’
Sarah: ‘I’m studying agricultural business at Harper Adams University and I’m looking forward to spending time and learning with like-minded people!’
Ellen: I’m going to Edinburgh University to study French and history. I’m looking forward to meeting new people from different backgrounds, studying subjects I enjoy in a different environment and living in a big city, having fun at uni!’
Byron: ‘I’m going to Nottingham Trent university to study civil engeneering. The biggest thing I’m looking forward to is having freedom from my parents!’
Katie: I’m studying business management with human resources at Northumbria University. I’m mainly looking forward to moving to a new place, meeting and getting a Geordie accent!’