Student Careers Information

Student Career Information

NEW Careers website for students, please spend some time looking through the website to explore careers linked to your favourite subject, post 16 or post 18 options, finding virtual work experience placements, researching Labour Market Information or grow your knowledge on apprenticeships. There is also a section looking at career stories from past students. This site has been created to be a place for you to spend some time exploring your options and finding opportunities for you your future. If you have any questions or need support, please email us


Sixth Form and College

Please use the Padlet below to find out about local sixth forms and colleges and the courses that they run.


Higher and Further Education

Please use the Padlet below to find out about University virtual open days, careers fairs and guidance on things such as personal statements, applications, finance and even making the most of your virtual open day.


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For information regarding University Clearing, please click on the link below:

University Clearing Information 2020

International Women in Engineering Day 2022

International Women in Engineering Day 2022 Information 

National Careers Week 2022

National Careers Week 2022 Presentation

National Apprenticeships Week 2022

National Apprenticeships Week 2022 Presentation

Subject Snapshot Apprenticeships 2021
Click on the link below for infromation:
Higher and Degree Apprenticeship Vacancy Listing for 2022 Recruitment
Below is a link to view the current Higher and Degree Apprenticeship Vacancies Listed for 2022 Recruitment:
10 Successful Apprentices
Click on the link below to see a selection of successful Apprentices:
The Careers Team run a programme of activities which are designed to develop student’s self-awareness and develop employability skills whilst enhancing their knowledge of different career sectors and roles.  We hold a variety of career events which include employer engagement, national event visits, one to one career sessions, group work and assemblies. 
It is not easy for young people to decide what career they want, especially when they haven’t had any experience of the working world or do not understand what that might involve. Each student has different requirements and criteria which are important to them in making a career decision.  Careers guidance helps to identify areas of interest that can be further explored and investigated and built over a period of time. By planning your journey as early as possible it will provide time for you to carefully consider and investigate all your thoughts and ideas, possibly undertake some work experience and start gaining the skills needed for your desired role. 
All students have the opportunity for one to one meeting with a member of the Careers Team where they can discuss GCSE subject choices, post-16 options, work experience and career paths. 
Some things that might be discussed in a careers meeting are:
What are you good at?
What do you enjoy?
Do you want to go to university?
Would you be interested in an apprenticeship?
How to use Labour Market Information
An appointment can be requested by a student at any time, or by staff members or parents. If you would like to request an appointment please email or pop in to the office which is located in the library.
For more Student Career Information, please click on the link below:
For information regarding the student careers journey at Ousedale, please click on the link below:
For information regarding the latest Careers Newsletters, please click on the links below:

Updated June 2022


Newport Pagnell Campus

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Fax: 01908 216574
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