Although the initial deadline has now passed, you can still apply online for September 2019 entry
Cardinal Newman College employ professionally trained careers advisers who have extensive experience supporting young people into Higher Education and employment/apprenticeships.
The Careers Team:
Careers Leader/Manager – Faye Mawdesley
Careers Officers – Jenny Smith, Shamim Khan, Stuart Reese
The team follow a professional code of conduct, and are working towards Inspiring IAG accreditation, ensuring all students receive impartial and confidential support.
If you are unsure about your career pathway or confused about which university course to do or what your progression options are, then a 1-1 appointment may suit you. All sessions are confidential and the information is only shared between advisers and the student.
This service is available to ALL current students or anyone thinking of studying at Cardinal Newman college – contact the careers team to make an appointment.
All students have access to the Careers MOODLE page which contains useful information, links and resources to support with career/progression planning.
All full time students have access to a programme of careers education tutorials throughout their time at Cardinal Newman. Careers staff work closely with pastoral staff to plan careers sessions that include a diverse range of topics relating to careers and employability.
National Careers benchmarks (Gatsby)
Cardinal Newman value the importance of careers guidance for young people and work within the Gatsby benchmarks framework to ensure good practice.
The careers team provide advice and guidance on higher education programmes including honours degrees, foundation degrees and post graduate opportunities.
Through the tutorial programme they provide support on a range of higher education topics including researching courses, writing an effective personal statement, Higher Education funding, UCAS Apply/Track.
The careers team also support learners who are studying Higher Education programmes at Cardinal Newman.
It is important that students need to be informed about Labour Market trends in order to make informed decisions when planning their future career. Local and national information is available to help them explore and make decisions about their future.
The following links provide an initial support –
During term time, the careers staff are generally available 8.30am – 4.30pm, Monday – Friday for drop in enquiries.
To arrange a 1-1 appointment please contact the team by email or phone – firstname.lastname@example.org 01771 460181 Ext: 2014
Cardinal Newman is committed to ensuring that high quality, timely, accurate and impartial careers education, information, advice and guidance is provided to support students to make informed decisions about their future. This includes supporting them to develop both academic skills and employability skills for progression to higher education or employment.
A copy of the college Careers Education, Information, Advice, Guidance, Enterprise & Employability Policy is available on request.