Destination of Leavers
During their time in the sixth form, pupils receive individual careers guidance, as well as taking part in a comprehensive careers education programme. Since the vast majority of our sixth formers go on to undertake degree courses, much of the advice is focused on making good decisions about higher education.
Our careers team consists of Mrs Johnson, Careers Advisor who is assisted by Sixth Form tutors and staff, who have built up specialist knowledge in particular areas, including Oxbridge. The Careers Department supports students throughout the UCAS process including subject and university selection, the application process, through to selecting a firm and insurance choice.
Careers & Higher Education Resources
Pupils have open access to the Careers Library with its wealth of paper-based resources and internet access which provides relevant information on higher education, gap years and specific careers.
The Careers Education Programme
Topics include work experience and community work, CV writing, researching degree courses, the UCAS applications system, life as a student, overseas universities, gap year opportunities and skills for employment. Interview techniques, mock interviews and preparation for student life all form part of the programme.
Workshops on various career areas, with visiting speakers, are arranged. Sixth formers are also encouraged to participate in careers experience courses which are organised by ISCO and other bodies, mainly in the school holidays.
In the summer term of Year 12 a series of UCAS Days and university open days are organised to help students inform their university decision-making. An annual Careers Convention is also organised jointly with Monmouth School.
Our aim is to help the students find the right course at the right university or college for them and to aid them in their development of skills for the future.
Monmouth School for Girls Destination of Leavers, 2017
Politics & Military History
Classical Literature & Civilisation
English Language (2016 Leaver)
Modern Languages & Cultures
Electrical & Mechanical Engineering (2)
Sport & Exercise Medical Sciences
Kings College London
French & Philosophy
English & Philosophy (2016 Leaver)
Geography & Geology (Deferred 2018)
Medicine (Deferred 2018)
Law & Criminology
Media,Communication & Cultural Studies
Mathematics with Management (Deferred 2018)
Psychology (2016 Leaver)
Business & Marketing Management
Oxford, Exeter College
International Studies & Politics (Deferred 2018)
Business and Management
Nutrition with Food Consumer Sciences with Professional Training
Geology with Physical Geography
Arabic And French
English (Deferred 2018)
Biology With A Foundation Year
University Of South Wales
Working with Children & Families (2016 Leaver)
Rhode Island School of Design
University of Connecticut
Academic Center Of Exploratory Studies (Rowing Scholarship)
Employment pursuing Career In Golf
Gap Year (11)
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Mrs Ann Johnson, Careers Advisor
Tel: 01600 711138 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Previous Destination of Leavers Information
Destination of Leavers 2016 (PDF – 87Kb)
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Destination of Leavers 2014 (PDF – 501Kb)
Destination of Leavers 2013 (PDF – 481Kb)
Destination of Leavers 2012 (PDF – 12Kb)
UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service) The definitive website for looking at Higher Education.
ISCO (Independent Schools Careers Organisation) Excellent for work experience courses and careers.
Careers Wales This has guidance for different age groups, including interview advice for sixthformers.
National careers Service provides a very comprehensive, informative database of careers including contact details for associations, societies and institutions for different sectors.
Prospects Provides clear and detailed graduate job information. Students can find out about which jobs particular degrees may lead to.
WWV a large database of volunteering opportunities worldwide
www.yearoutgroup.org provides information on how to make the most of your Year Out. This includes over 35 provider organisations offering a wide range of locations and activities.
www.notgoingtouni.co.uk A useful starting point for students that are not considering university after A Levels.
www.icould.com gives you the inside story of how careers work. The icould storytellers relate, in their own words, their real life career journeys including career videos as well as hundreds of written articles.
http://www.careersbox.co.uk/ Careers films on the web