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Your Future

We start talking about life after Xaverian before it begins.

We discuss next steps during Course Consultation – the event welcoming you to Xaverian after receiving your offer.

As a Xaverian student you’ll enjoy a packed calendar of career workshops to make your CV and university application shine.

You’ll hear from a wide range of industry professionals invited on campus to discuss their working lives. Xaverian has close links with local, high-profile organisations including Balfour Beatty and BCEGI.

We’ll even help you find work experience so you’re ready for the real thing.

TAKE YOUR TIME

Don’t worry if you arrive at Xaverian without a clear career path in mind. Many Xaverian Lower Sixth students are still working on theirs.


Often, it’s the change of pace, specialising in your studies, or discovering passions through enrichment activities that your path ahead becomes clear.

And that’s perfectly fine. Because it’s as a Xaverian student you’ll have ready access to all the resources and inspiration you need to complete your course ready for whatever the future holds.

What next?

You've got four options beyond Xaverian.

Apprenticeships

Get into work

Gap year

We’ve put together some resources to inspire you

whatever your next move

INFORMATION FOR PARENTS

We know how important your children’s future is to you, so we want to give you all the information you need to help them make an informed decision about their life after college. 

WE NEED YOUR HELP

Do you work for a company that could possibly enlist Xaverian students for work experience? We are always keen to hear from parents who work IT, Business or Health and Social Care.

If you work in one of these areas and think you maybe able to host a student for a week then please don’t hesitate to get in touch with Jo Leach: j.leach@Xaverian.ac.uk or Tony Payne: t.payne@xaverian.ac.uk

working with us

If you are interested in working with us to offer our students an insight into the world of work, please get in touch at careers@xaverian.ac.uk.

We have a number of ways in which you can support our students:

  • Xaverian Mentor Scheme
  • Supporting curriculum delivery in classrooms
  • Work experience
  • Workplace visits

We look forward to hearing from you!

CONTACT US

To talk with a Careers Advisor, email careers@xaverian.ac.uk - or book yourself an appointment on your Interactive Learning Platform

For support with your university application, email ucas@xaverian.ac.uk

To get experience in the workplace, email workexperience@xaverian.ac.uk

Keep up with the latest news and insights from our career experts on Twitter: @xavscareers

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