Welcome to our Higher Education and Employability Web page. We have sourced for you a collection of website links, videos and resources to assist you in your research for your Post 18 journey.
We have included our tutor program for Post 18 that was delivered a few weeks ago for you to look back over and use the links in it to join UCAS Hub. UCAS Hub is amazing for both universities and apprenticeships and tailors what you see to your specific requirements. We have also sent you back in May your login details to the Personal Statement Course run by Oxbridge to help you create a great personal statement.
Assembly – Introduction of Post 18 and Options:
Getting Registered to UCAS
Starting Point – Post 18
Personal Statements – Post 18
Researching – Post 18 Apprenticeships
Researching – Post 18 University
Starting your application through UCAS
Hayley Dymond, BGLC Careers Advisor, has sourced some interesting videos/presentations from local businesses about Apprenticeships and Post 18 choices, these give a real insight into Apprenticeships and how they work.
There are some really good websites that allow you to look for university courses by entering in your predicted grades and searching for subjects you are interested in. This is really good to see what courses are available and at what universities to give you options to look at.
University websites are amazing and are full of information, guidance and presentations/video to give you everything you need to be able to make an informed choice. We have listed the websites below of the universities that our students tend to choose to study at.
Click on the University Logos, images and links below for more information
For Apprenticeships there are some websites that you need to look at regularly and most of them you can register with and you will get new vacancies sent to you as they get listed so you can be the first to apply. Hayley Dymond also updates the Careers Google classroom regularly with new vacancies and information so make sure you have joined this classroom so you don’t miss out.
Find an Apprenticeship National Apprenticeship Government Website