At D&A College, we pride ourselves in supporting our students and the wider community to progress their careers. Whether you are aiming to take your first or next step on the career ladder, we can help.
The information in this section will help you whether you are Moving on to College, University or Employment.
For more information, support and help why not work through our fantastic new Understanding the College Application and Selection Process online guide.
Our Student Services career advisors are here to help you make that right choice and will take into account your personal circumstances as well as career ambitions.
At Dundee and Angus College we aim to help you to become job ready. We have a range of short informative guides which will help you develop the essential career management skills.
Working in close partnership with our local Developing the Young Workforce (DYW) Group, employers, schools and the university sector to deliver streamlined learning and skills opportunities that shorten learner journeys and enhance employment and progression opportunities
Graduation doesn’t mean the end of your relationship with D&A. Far from it D&A Alumni link you all together and provide a supportive framework that we can all benefit from.
Looking for a part time job, or about the finish your College journey? Why not have a look at the range of local posts advertised on Skills Development Scotland website.
Learner Engagement create opportunities for you to be involved in a whole range of activities and events that really promote and celebrate your wider achievements.
Moving on to University will help you prepare for your time at university we have created an online online support guide.
Whether you’re looking for work or training, or planning a career change, it can be difficult to make sense of what’s out there. That’s where My World of Work comes in. It has been designed to help you think through your options.
Dundee and Angus College works closely with local authorities in Dundee and Angus to ensure successful delivery of school/college partnership provision. This program is open to all pupils in S4 to S6 who are keen to attend college, whilst also remain in school.
Dundee and Angus College work in partnership with Skills Development Scotland’s Careers Advisors to support our students during their time at College – helping you to make the best possible choices about your future options.
UCAS is the UK’s centralised admissions service for undergraduate admissions to university. If you want to go to university, you need to apply through UCAS. This course will provide you will an overview of what you need to do and how we can support you.