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King Edward's Careers Events

Each year King Edward's Careers host a number of large, cross-college events designed to better support each student's exploration into their next steps.

In light of the restrictions the COVID-19 pandemic placed on large events and social interaction in 2020/21, the Careers Team at KE has adapted and now provide a wealth of support and information to students via online careers events. See below for more information.

Recent Events:

Alumni Event: What's Next? Post-College Case Studies

Our Alumni talk this year was held on Tuesday 29th June 2021 (via MS Teams) and was aimed at our year 12 and 13 students. We hosted a select group of ex-students who were able to talk through their individual pathways since leaving King Ed's College. The speakers offered a valuable le insight into the benefits and challenges of each of their chosen pathways inc Higher Education, Apprenticeships and Employment.

Click this link to view the recording of the above event.

Information on each speaker can be viewed on the document below. 

What's Next? Alumni Event information June 2021

Oxbridge Student and Parents Forum 2021

The Oxbridge Student and Parents Forum is aimed at early entry students considering applying to either Oxford or Cambridge universities and their parents/carers, and includes a virtual talk hosted by our Aspire co-ordinators, Nick Barley and Sue Dobson, as well as a representative from Oxbridge.

This year the event took place online via MS Teams on Thursday 24th June

Please follow this link to view the recording of the session.

Careers Programme 2021/22

Careers Events Weeks

Careers Week: 1st - 5th March 2021

Running concurrently with the National Careers Week, the Careers Team used this week to focus on careers information, outlining a range of job roles that are open to students and highlighting online resources, videos and research. Topics covered included CV writing, competences, benefits of work experience, interview techniques.

During the week we had input from a varied cohort of industries including Law, Medicine, Healthcare, Accounting and Finance, Engineering plus many more. 

Please take look at our Virtual Live Events page here and our Resources page here for more information.

Apprenticeship Week: 8th - 12th March 2021

The Apprenticeship Week focused on apprenticeships as a possible route students may opt to pursue after college. Resources, information and videos highlighted professions that make apprenticeships available. We will also looked at the levels of apprenticeships and where to search.

Please take look at our Virtual Live Events page here and our Resources page here for more information.

Higher Education Week: 15th - 19th March 2021

The Higher Education Week highlighted the breadth of courses and institutions that students could consider. We looked at how to go about researching students options, the variety of considerations, and where further study could lead.

We hosted a range of virtual interactions with higher education institutions.

Please take look at our Virtual Live Events page here and our Resources page here for more information.

Support the College

King Edwards is always seeking delegates who are willing to represent their vocation, industry or company either as part of college events or on a more bespoke individual basis. If you would consider supporting the college, either by inputting into an event as a delegate, or delivering talks to our students, please contact the careers team, we’d welcome your support. Please email to register your interest.

Students can access a range of online information available through our Careers & HE Moodle pages which give details of content covered in previous cross college and virtual events.

Please take a look at our KE Careers Programme for an overview of support on offer to both year 12 and 13 students.

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