Subject and Sector Specific Careers Links

Rapidly developing technology and the threat of climate breakdown means that the world of work is changing rapidly. Although this change can be scary, it also presents many opportunities for the next generation of workers. Learn more about future-proofing your career here.

Subject Careers Links

Art and Design Technology

Biology

Chemistry

English

Geography and Tourism

Where can Geography take you? (Youtube)

Royal Geographical Society

EDF Energy

Bright Knowledge

History

history.org.uk

Target Jobs

Why study History?

ICT

Mathematics

Why study Maths?

Modern Foreign Languages

Why does MFL matter to your career?

PE

Performing Arts

Physics

Why study Physics?

Politics

Target Jobs

Religious Education

RE in banking and finance

Case studies at RE Online

Social Sciences

Why study Psychology?

Tourism

ABTA

Specific Careers Links

Architecture

Dentistry

British Dental Association

Engineering

Hair and Beauty

Andrew Collinge Training

Jobs in beauty

Health Care

Official NHS Careers Guide

Careers in Healthcare Science

Introducing the Allied Health Professionals

Hospitality and Travel

Target Careers guide to the Hospitality Industry

Law

The Lawyer Portal is a gateway for information on all things Law related.

Virtual work experience for law students
Vantage App

Medicine

There’s a massive post here with all kinds of useful links related to Medicine applications.

The Medic Portal

Observe GO Initiative. Observe GP is an alternative to work experience for aspiring medics aged 16 and over, who are living in the UK. It is a free interactive video platform providing insights into the role of a GP and the wider primary care team. 

How to become a doctor

STEM

The STEM Hub published some brilliant material during National Careers Week which is now all conveniently available on demand. Check it out here.

Uniformed Services

British Army Officer Scholarship

Merseyside Police Cadet Programme

Veterinary Science

Royal College of Veterinary Science

Advice and tips on Veterinary Science from a former St. Julie’s student, along with some possible contacts for work experience.