It might seem a little early to start thinking about what you might do in post-18 education (e.g. after college, sixth form, or an apprenticeship), but there’s no harm in doing a little bit of research now to find out about your options. It might even help you decide what to do in post-16 education. Explore the sites below by clicking on the links.
Course search, entry requirements and more. This is your one stop site. Now also includes information about higher apprenticeships.
This site helps you look at what to study, where to go and how to get there.
Lots of information and advice to help you when thinking about higher education.
If you’re thinking about going to university and have special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND), there’s lots of support available. Take a look at this leaflet produced by the Hampshire Careers Partnership to find out more.
Higher Horizons have lots of resources to support disabled students interested in going to university.
Not everyone has a clear idea of what they want to do after completing their Level 3 qualifications (e.g. at college/sixth form). If you plan to carry on your education, this animated video talks you through the range of undergraduate courses on offer (e.g. Bachelors degrees, foundation degrees, HNDs, NVQs and the Diploma of Higher Education).
Why not check out the courses on offer at local universities across Hampshire, Dorset and the Isle of Wight.