One-to-one support with their UCAS application.
Visits to UCAS conventions and university open days.
Internal progression events
Impartial careers advice
Engagement with employers through placements and live projects
Finding an apprenticeship employers
Access to apprenticeship job vacancies search
Going to university will enable your child to continue their academic studies at a higher level and specialise in a subject that they are passionate about.
Progressing to a higher education qualification at a college can be an easier transition than heading to university. The wide range of part-time-full-time and distance learning study options allows flexible learning and studying in stages and even combining studying with work.
Progressing to the workplace will enable your child to earn a salary and start pursuing a successful career.
Gaining an apprenticeship will enable your child to learn a trade or skill, earn a salary and combine with on-the-job training while studying for nationally recognised qualifications. With the new higher apprenticeships, your child can even study at degree level and beyond.
Education Partnership North East CEO Ellen Thinnesen has been appointed Chair to the The North East Local Enterprise Partnership Skills Advisory Panel
November 5, 2020
Art and design students at Northumberland College have been showing off their talents and creativity in a mini art exhibition.
October 21, 2020
Education Partnership North East has announced a new name for its LGBTQ+ group, voted for by students across the college group.