Here are typical dates for year 12 and 13 students throughout their time here at Coulsdon Sixth Form College.
4th March 2020 Parents Higher Education and Apprenticeship Evening.
12th March 2020 Progression Event featuring a range of universities and employers.
Students are encouraged to apply to insight days and summer schools run by universities and employers to find out more about possible opportunities.
July 2020 Progression Days gives students the help they need to make a start on their UCAS application or CV. Students are also given advice from universities on writing personal statements and workshops on employability skills and CV writing.
September 2019 Students continue to follow a tutorial programme to support them with their UCAS applications, apprenticeships and employment. Students also have the opportunity to receive advice on their applications from our partner universities.
Creative and media students attend the UCAS Create Your Future London Convention.
Students not applying to university are invited to make apprenticeship applications.
Students make an early application to Oxbridge or Medicine, Veterinary science or Dentistry with support from a specialist teacher.
November 2019 Students interested in applying to apprenticeship schemes are invited to the Skills London trip on 15 November 2019 where there will be a range of employability workshops, employers and taster events.
Careers staff run help sessions for students not applying to university on researching their options, CV-building and interview skills.
January/February 2020 Student Finance Talk for parents.
Students who have applied to UCAS are advised on how to reply to the offers they receive and what to do on Results Day.
Students are invited to resources on the UCAS and Careers pages of Moodle.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to book an appointment or come into the Careers Department based on Room 166. Our opening times are Monday to Thursday 9.30am – 3.30pm.
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Tel: 01737 551 176
Fax: 01737 551 282
Coulsdon Sixth Form College