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Access to your own careers expert
Monday- Friday, 9 am- 5 pm
The helpline is an invaluable resource for schools. Instead of having to do all the research yourself, we will research any key careers-related questions for you. There is nothing too specific to ask!
We will undertake in-depth research to provide a detailed response to questions you may receive from pupils, parents or teachers.
We can even create a word document resource specifically tailored around your question, for you to use in the future.
Get access to this highly personalised service, without increasing your staff workloads.
Examples of questions asked:
Do you have a guide or tips for applying to universities in Ireland?
Can international students apply to apprenticeships in the UK?
Can a British student study Law in France or Canada? What are the entry requirements and what law qualification would this provide? Also, where can they study French Law in the UK?
Have you any general information on BTECs that we could share with a parent?
My Year 13 student is studying Sociology, Psychology and Geography and has predicted grades of BCC. Where can they apply to study Paramedic Science to qualify as a paramedic? If becoming a Paramedic isn't possible, what else do you suggest?
Head of Careers, Truro School
Extensive careers resources, ready to share with pupils and parentsLearn more
Our downloadable online resources include information to help your students prepare to leave school, apply to university or apprenticeships, take a gap year, study abroad and much more.
Our most popular resources are:
Degree course entry requirements: documents providing the subject and grade entry requirements for a range of popular university degree courses in the UK.
Beyond the syllabus: advice and resources to help your students prepare a stand out application for their university applications in a wide range of subjects including Medicine, Psychology, Economics among others.
Year 12 preparing to leave school: choosing a university course, open days & taster events, work experience, useful websites, making a successful Oxbridge application and more.
Apprenticeships- where to find them and how to prepare for applications.
Other resources include:
Subject guides- with pathways to careers, university courses and more.
International study guides with information on finding courses, applying, fees and work visas. There is a guide of every country with a university ranked in the top 100 on QS.
Gap year advice and list of providers.
FutureSmart Essentials reduces staff workload, provides an excellent service and up to date information for your students.
Your school can benefit from FutureSmart Essentials for £350 per year, plus VAT.
For further enquiries or to purchase our FutureSmart Essentials package, please contact us at: email@example.com