Useful Careers Websites


This is an award-winning online platform which helps students make informed decisions about their university choices. More information


UCAS stands for Universities and Colleges Admissions Service. It’s the centralised service that students use to apply to university.  More information

National Careers Service

Information on over 750 jobs and you can contact a careers advisor by email, phone or online. More information

Health Careers

Make a difference with a career in health. Get all the information you need to take the next step in your career.  More information

TES Growing Ambitions

Fantastic website to explore careers by subjects you enjoy or by selecting from A-Z. More information


This website allows you to watch short video clips of people in a wide range of job sectors. More information

Careers Box

Short films on various careers from Medical, Science, Creative and Media to name but a few. More information

Medical Professions

Doctors and nurses may be the obvious choices but with 350 choices available they are certainly not the only ones. More information


An interactive quiz that tests your personality to see how prepared you are for the future. More information


Aimed at students seeking a graduate career. A great resource I can’t recommend enough! More information – investigate careers, watch videos and get great advice, find out about employers and work experience opportunities in your area. – video based job profile information and skills explorer tool. – gives clear and comprehensive information about a range of Career Zones (sectors), in an easy to access format. Students can create a profile to help to collate useful information. ’60 second interviews’ giving profile of professionals, provide a useful insight into specific careers. – opportunities that exist outside of university. – represents 24 leading universities, source of careers information & advice including ‘informed choices’ a downloadable guide to making post 16 choices. – gives live apprenticeship vacancies, organised by sector or area. Also offers plenty of advice on making applications.

If you’re 16 or 17, you’ll start your Army training at the Army Foundation College, Harrogate. 98% of soldiers enrol on an apprenticeship, making the Army one of the largest apprenticeship programmes in the UK. Find out more details via this link. - The Sussex Council of Training Providers is a community of training providers that offers apprenticeships, work-based learning or pre-employment training in Sussex. - Love Local Jobs is the award winning jobs board and recruitment site. Jack the Lad, from More Radio, represents Love Local Jobs and is a regular visitor at The Angmering School delivering inspirational talks to our students.  - Omio's Gap Year guide, which contains detailed information on the benefits of taking a gap year, how to organize a year abroad step by step (e.g., accommodation, transportation, entry requirements & travel restrictions), itinerary suggestions and tips for traveling in Europe on a budget, volunteering in Europe (10 suggestions), how to successfully find and apply for an internship in Europe.