At Huish we help you to shape your future. To do so, we have a strong team of careers advisers who work in the Learning Centre and are expert in preparation for university and/or working life.
The College has an excellent success rate in getting students on to the next step in their education or career/training path.
We also have a specialist tutor to help students who are applying to Oxbridge or Medicine.
Information about our careers and progression support for students is available through the learning centre services.
Career and progression advice is available through our Career adviser based in the Learning Centre
View the destinations after college of our 2016 Leavers in the document below.
Useful careers links below:
If you are thinking about University Applications take a look at this National Careers Service advice Your University Career Plan.
School Leaver Programmes
School leaver programmes are an alternative to going to university where you can earn a qualification (sometimes a degree) while working at the same time. For more information visit: AllAboutSchoolLeavers.co.uk
Or click on the links below:
University Guide 2018
Click on the link below to see different subject tables on Universities from The Guardian newspaper.
The College runs numerous trips to help students decide on what to do after college. In 2014/15 these included:
Cambridge University Visit
Fifteen students visited The University of Cambridge for a two day residential on the 30-31st March. Students explored St Johns College and Trinity Hall through college tours, sample lectures, a library session and a Q and A session with current undergraduates.
Students felt that it gave them a real insight into life at Cambridge, the admissions process and the collegiate structure of the University.
Huish students at Cambridge University
The Oxbridge Conference
Forty students with aspirations to study at Oxbridge visited Epsom Racecourse for The Oxbridge Conference on Friday 27th March. The day consisted of subject specific seminars, admissions advice and general talks from both Oxbridge and Cambridge.
The students were given in depth information of the Oxbridge processes and found the day to be extremely useful preparation for making applications in the future.