Take a look at the websites below:

National Careers Service

The National Careers website will provide you with information, advice and guidance on learning, training and work. Undertake a Skills Health Check to find out about job categories and which job roles may suit you. Explore Careers to find out what a job involves (entry requirements, skills, knowledge, salary, career progression etc) and if it’s right for you.


Prospects is a graduate website specialising in graduate jobs, postgraduate study, advice about work experience, internship opportunities and careers. Undertake a Career Planner or Job Match quiz to explore career options related to your skills, motivations and desires. Explore What can I do with my degree? to find out where your degree could take you.

Not going to Uni

This is a website dedicated to helping students make informed decisions about their future by showing them opportunities that exist outside of the traditional university route.


UCAS stands for Universities and Colleges Admissions Service. It’s the centralised service that students use to apply to university. Pretty much everyone who wants to study an undergraduate degree in the UK will have to apply through UCAS.


This is the main Government website for Apprenticeships, includes login for applying and search facility for current listings for all levels including Higher and Degree. 


There are a range of websites that provide a database of UK volunteering opportunities with a facility to search for an opportunity near you.

You can find volunteering opportunities in Sunderland by visiting the government website here.


Unifrog is a destinations platform which you can access at college. Bringing together all the available information into one single, impartial, user-friendly platform that will help you to make the best choices, and submit the strongest applications. You can explore a wide range of subjects, careers and industry information on here.