Girls are encouraged to visit the careers department from their earliest days at Arundel , enabling them to make assertive and informed choices at key times in their school life. This approach promotes independence and natures confidence, while creating feelings of positivity and excitement about their futures.
The goal of University and Careers Counselling is to ensure that students and their parents have access to relevant , practical and timely information to enable each student to move on to tertiary education institutions and/or employment that matches their individual talents and interests.
Students can avail themselves to one-on-one careers counselling interviews and interact with a large array of guest speakers about different professions and university options. The advice provided helps students to secure scholarships, write CVs and develop their interview skills. The annual Insight Programme is run with the aid of local organisations to provide students with a realistic glimpse of their chosen career whilst they await their IGCSE examination results whilst the Lower VI Leadership Camp takes students outside their comfort zones and encourages hidden leadership qualities to emerge.