Careers education and guidance programmes play a major part in helping young people between the ages of 14-19 choose career pathways that suit their interests, abilities and individual needs. A robust careers programme helps avoid disengagement, puts school learning into a wider and more relevant context, and helps raise aspirations. The CEIAG programme aims to help our students plan and manage their careers effectively, ensuring progression which is ambitious and aspirational. The CEIAG team is committed to promoting equality, celebrating diversity and challenging stereotypes.

The policy will be guided by the Gatsby benchmarks and conform to statutory requirements.

Contact details –

CEIAG Student & Parent Zone
Noticeboard- Career Opportunities

This noticeboard will be used to display any career guidance opportunities that are sent directly to the CEIAG team.

  • Year 10 and 11 – Career Saturdays
  • STEM and Medical Sciences work experiences
  • InvestIN Education are running immersive career experience programmes for students aged 12 – 18 throughout the Spring Term. Programmes are available in 20 different industries, from Medicine, Law, Engineering and Dentistry to Psychology, Journalism, Computer Science and Architecture. Programmes take place on weekends, led by leading professionals offering unique industry insights through interactive simulations, case studies, seminars and panel discussions. Students will network with, and ask questions to, a number of professionals and university students who can give you the advice you need to succeed. Prices start at £95, and Europa School UK students can claim a 10% discount using the code EUROPASCHOOL10. You can find here some details and links for all of our programmes this term.
  • Bursaries are available for InvestIN programmes, but limited, therefore allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. If you are interested, contact Mrs Charalambous asap.
  • Meet the Russell Group Virtual HE Fair: 10 February – The Meet the Russell Group Virtual HE Fair on 10 February is an opportunity for students and their supporters to learn more about all the 24 Russell Group universities, including Oxford. There will be opportunities to chat live to university ambassadors, download prospectuses and take part in a range of live webinars. Further information about registration details can be found on the event webpage.
  • National Student Essay Competition The title for the National Essay Competition is ‘Do healthcare professionals have an obligation to improve the health of our planet?’ Deadline: 2nd February 2020
  • Speakers for Schools Experience  – Experience is a ‘Speakers for Schools’ Programme. Launched in 2010 by ITV Political Editor Robert Peston, and supported by the Law Family Charitable Foundation ‘Speakers for Schools’ aims to help level the playing field for state school and college students, by improving access to leading figures of all industries and backgrounds, to engage and inspire them in their ambitions, by providing free school talks and experiences of the workplace. To find out more, visit – Create an account to access many virtual work experience opportunities.
  • Medicin in Action – Jan 26 – for aspiring medics
  • NHS Live Virtual Work Experience Programme
Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership (OxLEP)
CEIAG Staff & Employers Zone
Noticeboard- Staff & Employers

This noticeboard will be used to display any Staff or Employer information that is sent directly to the CEIAG team.

Provider Access for Careers Provision at Europa School UK

The Provider Access for Careers Provision at Europa School UK statement is currently under review and approval and will be published here upon completion of the process


Explore different occupations using Careerometer

Careerometer can be used to explore and compare key information about occupations, help you learn about different occupations and identify potential careers.

It provides access to a selection of UK headline data relating to pay, weekly hours of work and future employment prospects for different occupations, as well as description of the occupation.

Simply type in the title of the job you are interested in and the widget provides a series of options from which you can select the most relevant to you. You can then look up another two occupations and compare. You can also select ‘display the UK average’ and compare the information with the occupation you have selected.

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