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Careers Advice

At BMet, we have a dedicated team of Careers Advisers, who can give you the careers advice, information and support you need to achieve your career goals.

Our Careers Team can help you:

  • Choose the right course to help you achieve your goals
  • Plan your career development and consider the opportunities available including employment, apprenticeships or higher education
  • Write your CV and identify suitable job vacancies
  • Prepare your UCAS form and personal statement for applications to university.

The Careers Team also organise careers fairs, workshops and presentations with guest lecturers from universities and other organisations so you have all the information you need to make an informed choice about your future career.

Careers advice and guidance is impartial and confidential provided by professionally qualified Careers Advisers. You can ’drop in’, or make an appointment to see a Careers Adviser via Student Services at one of our main colleges – Sutton Coldfield College, Matthew Boulton College and James Watt College.

We are excited of the launch of our new careers tool –  try BMet’s Careers Coach tool. You can take a short quiz to find out your possible career options and which courses you can study at BMet to get you there!

Careers Coach

Xello Careers Portal


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View the Careers Advice & Guidance Policy


Careers Gold Award

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Useful Resources

Take a look at the below documents to help give you a further idea on what options are available to you after college.

For more careers information regarding jobs go to National Careers Service website.


Getting into University

Each year BMet have one of the largest cohorts of university applications in the UK.

In 2022 808 BMet students were accepted onto a university place.  We were 4.7% above the national average of getting our students into a university of their choice.

See our university destination map to see where BMet students went onto study in 2022.


UCAS Destination Map


Careerometer: A tool to compare jobs

Use the Careerometer to compare different jobs — salary, working hours, etc.

Click the dotted square. Type in the first career that you think you might be interested in and select from the drop-down list, then add your second and third choice to see the comparison.



Careers Calendar 2023/2024

Head of Careers and Employment

Jenny North (Careers Leader)
Head of Careers & Employment

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