University &
Career Guidance

Preparing students to think about their future today

Our University & Career Guidance Programme is designed to support students to make informed decisions about the educational and career pathways that fit with their specific academic, personal and career aspirations.

Bespoke support from Grade 8 onwards

Our highly qualified and experienced team is committed to:

From Grade 8

  • Career exploration and discovery sessions
  • Guidance on high school pathways

From Grade 9

  • Pre-university testing offered
  • Course selection guidance for academic programmes (MYP or IGCSE)

Grade 10

  • Course selection guidance for IB DP and IB CP

Grade 11

  • University discovery and preparation

Grade 12

  • University applications support

A comprehensive approach towards preparing for the future

Personalised university plan and guidance

We prioritise individual attention to all of our students, recognising that each student and family will have different needs, understandings, and choices post-high school.

Career Exploration and Discovery Programme/XCL Dialogues

Students need to experience and learn about what’s out there before making their subject choices. We invite professionals and leaders from all industries and walks of life to share their stories and lessons.

Career and University Mentor Network

Students thrive when they have mentors or people older than them (in addition to their parents) to offer advice and to learn from. Our alumni/parent/professional mentor network keeps students engaged, and helps relieve anxiety knowing others have been there before.

Pre-University Testing and Preparation

We offer all pre-university testing necessary for admission to the USA (PSAT 8/9/10, NMSQT, SAT test centre) and advise on additional testing necessary. For students exploring other countries with specific subject testing, we also offer recommended test support providers.

University credit for specialised pathways

We partner with various universities (Embry Riddle, Savannah College of Art & Design) to offer university credit to students pursuing specialised degrees in the arts, engineering, and other majors.

“College Convos Over Coffee” Parent Engagement sessions

For all parents (not just high school!) we offer group Q&A sessions in an informal setting so that parents can get all their questions answered about university and high school pathways. We aim to proactively provide the information parents need to make future decisions for their children.

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