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You just need to answer three simple questions about your study preferences, interests and predicted grades and we can suggest courses that might suit you.

  • 1 Study type
  • 2 Your Interests
  • 3 Your Grades
Question 1

How would you prefer to study?

Question 2

What are your interests?

Question 3

What grades have you achieved or are predicted?

These results are a suggestion of courses you may want to explore but are by no means a definitive list and individual entry requirements do apply.

Information for Careers Advisors


Welcome to our Careers Advisor Page! Thank you for taking the time to visit our website, we hope that this page serves as an informative source where you can find all the information you need about Stamford College.

Use the above menu to find specific information, if there is anything that you think is missing, please let us know and we will make sure to get it added.

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Encourage and support students to research their options, share concerns, and discuss any misconceptions or fears about life after GCSEs alongside their teachers and careers advisors, whilst ensuring that they have made informed choices that are most suited to their abilities and interests.
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Taster Days for Schools

Do you have a group of students that would benefit from a taster day at Stamford College? For a bespoke college experience, fill in our contact form to enquire.


We have dedicated members of staff available to come to your school to present to students about the opportunities that Stamford College offers.

Careers Events

We would love to attend your school's careers event and get involved in helping your students decide on their future.

School Mock Interviews

Getting interview experience is an important factor when applying for courses or jobs. We are currently providing a school mock interviews service, contact us to learn more.

Upcoming Open Events and Taster Day

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Prospec­tive stu­dents can vis­it Stam­ford Col­lege for an Open Event where they can meet our tutors, explore our cam­pus and learn about our facil­i­ties.
All open events start from 5.30PM and fin­ish at 7.30PM.

Upcom­ing open event dates:

  • Wednes­day 5th Octo­ber 2022
  • Thurs­day 3rd Novem­ber 2022
  • Wednes­day 11th Jan­u­ary 2023
  • Tues­day 21st March 2023
  • Wednes­day 25 May 2023

Stu­dents that have accept­ed an offer to study at Stam­ford Col­lege can expe­ri­ence a Taster Day at the col­lege where they can have a look around, meet oth­er stu­dents and learn more about their course area. Dur­ing the taster day, col­lege trans­port and lunch will be avail­able free of charge.

More infor­ma­tion will be avail­able clos­er to the time. Want to book a taster day for your school? Con­tact us to find out availability!

Upcom­ing taster day:

  • Fri­day 25 June 2023

To attend a col­lege event, a stu­dent must reg­is­ter. Taster Day invi­ta­tions will be send out in May 2023 to stu­dents that have accept­ed an offer.

Financial Support, College Transport and How to Apply

Visit our financial support pages, college transport guides and guidance on how to apply for a course at Stamford College.

Along­side trans­port run by local coun­cils, we also have 15 dif­fer­ent bus routes through­out Lin­colnshire, Rut­land, Peter­bor­ough, Cam­bridgeshire and Northamptonshire.

Careers Advice Service (SMART)

Students can utilise Start to:

  • Explore the different pathways, qualification types to build a clear picture of where they are going and the most appropriate route for them
  • Access high quality labour market information
  • Learn directly from employers through a range of exclusive programmes designed to provide virtual insights and experiences of work.
  • Build a CV

UCAS Tar­iff Infor­ma­tion and Calculator

The UCAS Tariff provides a way for universities and colleges to draw comparisons between the wide range of qualifications they see on their applications. Being able to compare qualifications they are less familiar with against more common ones such as A levels encourages a fairer decision-making process when it comes to making offers.

Some universities and colleges also use UCAS points in their entry requirements and offers, so you may need to know how many points your qualifications are worth.

Please note, the UCAS Tariff calculator is an indicative guide only. The university of college offering the course will have the final say on entry requirements.

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