In keeping with our commitment to provide students with outstanding careers guidance and tailored support when considering their next steps, we give all students and staff their own account on Unifrog; an award-winning, online careers platform. Unifrog provides a wide range of careers information on one single, impartial, user-friendly platform that helps students to make the best choices and submit the strongest applications.
With Unifrog students can research their different careers ideas by job role, subject, apprenticeship or course at any UK University and even internationally. Students can take personality profile and interests quizzes to help develop careers ideas, and record the skills and competencies they gain through participating in activities such as work experience, workshops, competitions, campus visits and subject insight and taster sessions.
Unifrog is the only place where students can compare every undergraduate course in the UK as well as international opportunities, and access the most comprehensive list of live apprenticeship vacancies across the country, including higher and degree apprenticeships.
A great way to find out how to get the most from Unifrog is to watch the Introduction to Students Guide for the appropriate key stage. Students login using their school email address and can do so from any computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone.
How about completing the Interests and Personality Profiles
How about completing the Work Environment Profile and researching you favourite topics in the Subjects Library
|Research different courses using the Universities Tools or by watching a Subject Discovery Webinar|
We recognise the important role that parents/guardians play in supporting students with their career choices and there is a Parents - an Introduction to Unifrog guide just for you. We are happy to provide parents/guardians with their own personal Unifrog account, which can be used to help students and for personal use. Please request a login by contacting Careers@tbowa.org. The Know How Library offers many resources to help with job search, application and interview skills as well providing guides on a wide range of social issues including well-being, mental health, climate change, gender, race and identity.