University & Careers

At Chapeltown Academy we support all our students as they work towards their future and their next steps, whether it be their decision to go on to University, Apprenticeships, employment, or other ambitions.

Chapeltown Academy provides its students with Careers Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG). Our careers programme aims to support students to develop their academic, social and employability skills needed for lifelong success in a diverse and changing world of work. Through impartial careers guidance, we will encourage all students to have high aspirations for their careers, and build self-confidence.

Brigidin Crowther and Emma Devine, our UCAS and work related learning coordinators, are onhand to help you select and apply for your next steps after Chapeltown Academy. They can help provide access to employers and universities with both internal and external events.

Contact Brigidin Crowther & Emma Devine


0114 245 4803

Are you considering applying for University?

When choosing to continue your academic development at a University your first decision is to select what subject to study. It is a good idea to select a subject which directly relates to the job you would like in the future. Whatever you select, we suggest you choose a subject you enjoy to further enhance your studies.


Current Y13 students, your internal UCAS deadline is Friday 17th November.

This date allows us to prepare all supporting information for your application.


Unsure what to study? Click below to review UCAS course information.

UCAS Course Information

Next you will want to select where you study. With 154 recognised higher learning institutions that can award degrees in the United Kingdom, you will have plenty of choice. Start your shortlisting by reviewing University League Tables below.

University League Tables

For additional information such as how to finance your course visit GOV.UK – Student Finance and parents/carers may be interested in the following resources:

UCAS Undergraduate: Advice for Parents and Guardians

UCAS - Tools and resources to help you


Careers provision


Careers Policy (Incorporating the Careers Programme outcomes)


Careers entitlement/provider access statement

If you are requiring support from a jobcentre you can find your nearest centre here

For lots of job information, aptitude tests in key skills, interview advice, and more please visit

View our Policies & Practices

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