Higher Education and Careers

Careers team on behalf of students:

  • Regular sharing of updates, information and opportunities (e.g. Level 3 Apprenticeship, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) placements and employer initiatives for career education within the curriculum) with maintained-sector counterparts
  • An introductory meeting at City Heights E-ACT Academy for future Sixth Formers ahead of shared access to the Dulwich College’s Careers & HE website to provide guidance on the development of City Heights career provision
  • Two careers staff provide a day each for The Big Society social enterprise for maintained schools with stretched resources
  • Advice and consultation shared with: groups seeking to understand how best to develop their outreach work and links with schools; E2W Enabling Futures to help link with a number of Lambeth and Southwark Schools in their mission to identify and train apprenticeship applicants; Step Forward to help develop the format and timing of paid gap employment and training opportunities; Engage CSR to help inform students of the opportunities in the financial sector for school leavers
  • Provision of a hub for after-school training for pupils from The Charter School, Kingsdale and the Harris Girls’ Academy East Dulwich


  • A level students from The Charter School joined a Dulwich College Digital Networking event, taking advice from the 17 guest professionals
  • Staff and Year 10, 11 and 12 students from The Charter School, Kingsdale, Archbishop Tennison, Pimlico Academy, St Thomas the Apostle College, Sacred Heart School and City Heights E-ACT Academy attend our annual Careers and Courses Convention with over 30 universities and 27 graduate recruiting/ gap employers available for consultation
  • Provision of Oxbridge/Medicine interview practice for Mulberry School for Girls in Tower Hamlets.

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