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What next? Life after year 13 What are your options after you leave college What next? Life after year 13 What are your options after you leave college ? 1

What are the options ? YOU University Part-time Study Training/ Apprenticeship Distance Learning Gap What are the options ? YOU University Part-time Study Training/ Apprenticeship Distance Learning Gap Year Employment Volunteering Travel Employment 2

Discuss and make notes Why are you For or Against these options? 3 Discuss and make notes Why are you For or Against these options? 3

Employment (with or without training) For • Start earning a full time wage • Employment (with or without training) For • Start earning a full time wage • Practical • Opportunities to learn on the job • No university debt • Can study part time • Can go to university later on Consider • More and more careers may ask for degrees e. g. – Social work – Law – Journalism • Long term prospects • Competition • More graduates than degree entry jobs 4

Employment Traditionally, where are the jobs after A levels? – – – – – Employment Traditionally, where are the jobs after A levels? – – – – – Banking Engineering Retail Local Authorities Armed Forces Catering Technical design jobs Health – auxiliary nursing, ambulance Travel – travel agency, air cabin crew Public services – police, fire officers Keep an eye on future trends – there will be skills shortages in some of these areas and the ageing workforce will need to be replaced. 5

Training / Apprenticeships (Higher Apprenticeships and Degree Apprenticeships (new from Sept 2015)) For Consider Training / Apprenticeships (Higher Apprenticeships and Degree Apprenticeships (new from Sept 2015)) For Consider • Leading to recognised qualifications- e. g. NVQs, Foundation Degrees, HNDs, Degrees • Must be focussed – 3 -4 year commitment • Average salary £ 13, 000 - £ 18, 000 to start • Learning through work • Possible in some cases to go on to Higher Education • Block or day release to college • Advantage over 16 year old school leaver, more mature, focussed • Very competitive – high grades in A levels required • Must be willing to follow opportunities e. g move away from home 6

Degree Apprenticeships • Apprentices will split their time between university study and the workplace Degree Apprenticeships • Apprentices will split their time between university study and the workplace and will be employed throughout their degree – gaining a full bachelor’s or master’s degree while earning a wage and getting real on-the-job experience in their chosen profession. • What subjects are on offer? • • • Chartered Surveying Electronic Systems Engineering Aerospace Software Development Defence Systems Engineering Laboratory Science • Nuclear • Power Systems • Public Relations. • Digital • Automotive Engineering • Banking Relationship Manager • Construction • A degree with no fees! • • The cost of course fees will be shared between the government and employers, meaning that the apprentice can gain a full bachelors or even masters degree without paying any fees. The application process will be highly competitive. 7

GAP Year before university For Consider • Must be well planned and • Disorganised GAP Year before university For Consider • Must be well planned and • Disorganised – gap on CV and researched university application • Check with university • Can be expensive – need to plan whether it’s advised • Some courses may not like • Opportunity to work and save students taking gap years for university CHECK • Fantastic travel experience • You will have more life experience 8

Higher Education - University • 40% of all students now go to university • Higher Education - University • 40% of all students now go to university • Opens doors – twice as likely to be unemployed without a degree than with a degree • People with degrees on average earn more over a lifetime than people without – how much more depends on your degree subject – Engineering £ 150, 000 (but consider Higher Apprenticeship or Degree Apprenticeship route as you will have the qualification without the debt), Arts degree (English, History, Philosophy, Politics etc) £ 35, 000 • For some jobs you must be a graduate – Social work, Nursing, Teaching, Medicine 9

Higher Education - University Qualifications through Higher Education Doctorate Masters Degree Undergraduate Degree (Ph. Higher Education - University Qualifications through Higher Education Doctorate Masters Degree Undergraduate Degree (Ph. D) (MSc, MA, MBA) (BA, BSc, LLB) Foundation Degree (tend to be more vocational) You can start with either of these 10

Sixth form Timeline • Year 12 – start thinking about your future and start Sixth form Timeline • Year 12 – start thinking about your future and start researching • Year 13 - September – some GAP year schemes take a year to arrange • 15 th October – Deadlines for applying to Oxford / Cambridge/ Medicine / Vet Science / Dentistry • October half term – Teachers need notice for writing references • November onwards – apprenticeships / trainee schemes /jobs advertised for Summer start • 15 th January – Deadline for UCAS applications 11

Decision making • Define the decision • Establish the options • Collect information about Decision making • Define the decision • Establish the options • Collect information about the options • Investigate the pros and cons • Decide the best option • Execute your decision • What do you want to do after year 13 ? • What are your choices ? • Research all the options and finance • Look at both sides of your options • What do you really want to doyou may change your mind while researching • Start your application 12

Reflect on your thinking What have you learned that you want to follow up Reflect on your thinking What have you learned that you want to follow up on?

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Exploring Higher Education This is another expression for university! 15 Exploring Higher Education This is another expression for university! 15

Discussion Point • How do people decide which course to do and which university Discussion Point • How do people decide which course to do and which university to go to? 16

Discuss and make notes How do you feel about these options? What are the Discuss and make notes How do you feel about these options? What are the issues for you? Universities with a reputation for research by their staff. Considered amongst the best in the world. (Selecting universities or recruiting unis) Local Uni Campus Uni Vocational or academic Town Centre Uni 17

Resources Checklist Links from Online Careers Library – University section q Bestcourse 4 me Resources Checklist Links from Online Careers Library – University section q Bestcourse 4 me q What do Graduates do? q UCAS q PUSH q Which? University q What uni q Guardian University Guide q Real Uni q Complete University Guide q Brightside Bright Knowledge q You. Tube – university videos Books in the Library q Heap’s Degree Course Offers q Degree Course Descriptions q Choosing Your Degree Course and University q Good University Guide q How to write a winning UCAS statement q How to Complete your UCAS Application 2017 Entry q Successful Personal Statements 18

Choosing a course and a university Heaps Degree Course Offers Use Bestcourse 4 me Choosing a course and a university Heaps Degree Course Offers Use Bestcourse 4 me to produce a list of possible courses and universities Individual uni websites Choosing Your Degree Course & University Check them out for yourself: go to Open Days Check out jobs on Degree course descriptions 19

Discuss/Think and make notes What thoughts do you have at the moment about …? Discuss/Think and make notes What thoughts do you have at the moment about …? Where you might study? What you might study? Future career? 20

Your starting point Academic to Career Information • From A-levels to life time jobs Your starting point Academic to Career Information • From A-levels to life time jobs and salary • Actual A-level (& Equivalent) subjects and grades held by students on the courses, not standard offers that are advertised • It gives a more realistic picture of subjects and grades required at A level or equivalent • Life time salary profile by career and subject

Best Course 4 Me can help you decide which unis to apply to because Best Course 4 Me can help you decide which unis to apply to because you can match it to your A level subjects and expected grades • Russell Group universities tend to understate expectations. (Meaning you usually need higher grades than advertised) • Teaching universities tend to overstate what they are prepared to accept. (Meaning you are likely to get in with lower grades than advertised) • Some courses don’t “require” specific A-level subjects but most students on that course have them. (Meaning that if you aren’t taking those subjects you have a lower chance of being offered a place. ) • It links through to career outcomes – what do people on that course at that uni end up doing and what do they earn

 • • • Maths Example How could you use this information? Maths – • • • Maths Example How could you use this information? Maths – HEAP P 423. Warwick shows as highest requirement with 440 pts A*AAa-AABa. Cambridge shown as A*AA (380 pts & STEP). Cambridge is probably the most demanding undergraduate maths course in the world. Actual average UCAS pts for the Cambridge course is 600, Warwick 540. For Maths at Derby HEAP says 180 -240 pts which is DDD to CCC. Actual Maths A level grades: 26% with a D and 13% with an E. Cambridge On average students taking Maths at Cambridge all have A level Further Maths, Maths and Physics – Bars show these are virtually all As. Warwick Derby At Derby, whilst 98% have At Warwick only 80% have Maths, only 21% have Further Physics. Not quite as many Maths. There are far fewer A have A grades at Further grades. Maths, and fewer again in Physics. When using the website or app you can scroll over the graph & see percentages for each grade.

Reports available from What Do The Reports Show? There are many ways in which Reports available from What Do The Reports Show? There are many ways in which you can use the course finder tool. The way you use it will determine the information outputted. Below you will see a breakdown of statistics generated as part of each type of report enabling you to find the most appropriate for your needs. Selecting A-levels • Most Popular degree’s based on selected A-levels Selecting Degree • A-levels required • % of employment post-graduation • % of unemployment post-graduation • First Careers after graduating • Starting Salaries Average • Lifetime pay Selecting University • Education background for select University (Private vs. State) • Degree Grade Obtained • University Location • % of employment post-graduation • % of unemployment post-graduation • Starting Salaries for selected University Selecting a Career • Degrees Studied for chosen career • Qualification • Proportion in career who are graduates • Trend in Proportion who are graduates • Average Starting Salaries over time • Average Life time pay 24

Watch videos • Please take the time to watch the videos relevant to your Watch videos • Please take the time to watch the videos relevant to your situation – it’s a little complex (you have to go backwards and forwards between the sections) to use and you will get more out of it if you do. • Video page • You will have a choice of routes through – How to find a degree – How to find a career 25

Courses to consider • . Unis to consider • . 26 Courses to consider • . Unis to consider • . 26

Course & Uni Positives Negatives 27 Course & Uni Positives Negatives 27

Reflect on your thinking What have you learned that you want to follow up Reflect on your thinking What have you learned that you want to follow up on? Where you might study? What you might study? Future career? 28

What about the money side? How much will you have to live on? 30 What about the money side? How much will you have to live on? 30

Discuss and make notes What do you know about these? 31 Discuss and make notes What do you know about these? 31

Use the Finance links on the University page of the Online Careers Library – Use the Finance links on the University page of the Online Careers Library – think about the different universities you are considering. How much are the fees? Travel costs? How do you pay them back? Any special equipment required? How much student loan can you get each year? Study costs (stationery, books, photocopying, printer ink) How do you pay your student loan back? Rent costs? Food costs? Insurance costs? Socialising costs? Mobile phone costs? Bills – gas? Electricity? Water? TV licence? 32

Moneysaving expert – Student guide • Which three tips for making your money go Moneysaving expert – Student guide • Which three tips for making your money go further are you most likely to use? • 1 • 2 • 3 33

Use the Brightside Student Calculator to prepare a budget. 34 Use the Brightside Student Calculator to prepare a budget. 34

Discuss and make notes How confident about these are you (5 high)? What do Discuss and make notes How confident about these are you (5 high)? What do you need to follow up on? 12345 35

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Apprenticeships An alternative to university 37 Apprenticeships An alternative to university 37

Pros and Cons University Apprenticeship Pros Cons 38 Pros and Cons University Apprenticeship Pros Cons 38

If the video doesn’t work click here to go directly to You. Tube 39 If the video doesn’t work click here to go directly to You. Tube 39

Apprenticeships vs. University Videographic If the video doesn’t work click here to go directly Apprenticeships vs. University Videographic If the video doesn’t work click here to go directly to You. Tube 40

A level students turning their backs on university If the video doesn’t work click A level students turning their backs on university If the video doesn’t work click here to go directly to You. Tube 41

BBC Newsnight: Are apprenticeships a viable alternative to university? If the video doesn’t work BBC Newsnight: Are apprenticeships a viable alternative to university? If the video doesn’t work click here to go directly to You. Tube 42

University or apprenticeship If the video doesn’t work click here to go directly to University or apprenticeship If the video doesn’t work click here to go directly to You. Tube 43

University or Apprenticeship If the video doesn’t work click here to go directly to University or Apprenticeship If the video doesn’t work click here to go directly to You. Tube 44

Capgemini UK Apprenticeships If the video doesn’t work click here to go directly to Capgemini UK Apprenticeships If the video doesn’t work click here to go directly to You. Tube 45

Jaguar Landrover Advanced and Higher Apprenticeships If the video doesn’t work click here to Jaguar Landrover Advanced and Higher Apprenticeships If the video doesn’t work click here to go directly to You. Tube 46

The role of a software engineer at Capgemini If the video doesn’t work click The role of a software engineer at Capgemini If the video doesn’t work click here to go directly to You. Tube 47

Siemens apprenticeships If the video doesn’t work click here to go directly to You. Siemens apprenticeships If the video doesn’t work click here to go directly to You. Tube 48