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In the Autumn term, the focus for Year 13 is on completing their UCAS applications and most crucially writing a strong UCAS Personal Statement. More information on this can be found on the Applying to University page: http://www.lutterworthcollege.com/Sixth-Form/UCAS/
In the Spring term, Lutterworth College hosts a Careers Fair with representation from a range of local employers, accompanied by a CV Workshop for students to create a CV or improve upon a CV they already have. This event is aimed at any Year 11, 12 and 13 students with an interest in apprenticeships or alternatives to Higher or Further Education.
Students are invited to take part in this event which allows them to liaise directly with industry contacts from a range of key occupational areas including IT, logistics, engineering, construction, sport and leisure, business, health and social care, accountancy and finance and the Forces, to investigate opportunities within the local area.
Meanwhile in the Summer term, Year 12 students will begin to draft a UCAS Personal Statement in Mentor Time, ahead of registering with UCAS Apply in July, as part of the Higher Education Morning. The Higher Education Morning involves talks from Admissions Officers at local universities, regarding Student Finance/Budgeting and what an Admissions tutor would expect to see in a Personal Statement and other useful information for them to consider as part of the process of choosing a university and course.
There is an Alternatives to Higher Education morning for those students sure that university is not the right choice for them, involving local employers and working on students' employability skills. Students may sign up to either event.