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What is a study programme?

Our aim is to provide you with a study programme that is individualised and suits your interests, abilities and future aspirations. A study programme consists of:

  • 'Two Year' courses: A levels and BTEC subjects taken over a two year period
  • 'One Year' courses: Stand-alone AS Levels, GCSEs or other formal qualifications to broaden your education which are taken alongside your two-year courses
  • Shaping Futures: Tutorial time - lectures, classes, or one-off events covering things like, life skills, study skills, careers preparation, employability
  • Enrichment: such as sport, drama, music and dance, DofE community and charity work, many clubs and societies
All students will have an individualised study programme that suits their abilities, interests and future aspirations. Collectively these elements will provide you with the knowledge, skills and experiences to progress to further and higher education and employment.

Our statistics

95.7% of students agree that teachers / staff help ensure that College is a safe and pleasant place to in which to learn
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Careers in the making

It has been an active term as far as Careers Education goes with the emphasis on 'the future' for our first year students.  Over 100 students enjoyed a day at Sandown Park talking to local and National employers about alternatives to university at the National Apprenticeship Show.  The following week, despite a snowy weekend, 750 students made it to the UCAS Convention at Surrey Sports Park and returned with bags full of university prospectus and full of ideas about where they would like to study.

The Careers Day on the 20th March provided opportunities for students to listen to talks and ask questions about Employability, Apprenticeships, University Life, Personal Statements, Gap Year and  Art Foundation. 

A Next Steps evening invited parents and students to further talks, including a talk involving our Careers Advisers who described all the options available and how to access them.

More than 30 exhibitors joined us for a Careers Fair, these included our most popular universities,a range of employers and apprenticeship providers and gap year organisations.The evening was very well attended and students and parents appreciated being able to talk directly with the attendees.

We were also delighted to welcome back several ex-Godalming College students to our Careers Fair who are now working for IBM, Waverley Borough Council, Enterprise, Fujitsu and the University of Winchester, some of whom had found out about the opportunity at a talk on Careers Day or the Next Steps Evening in the past.

Later this week a group of students will be attending the Oxbridge Conference at Epsom Racecourse to find out more about the opportunities on offer at Oxford and Cambridge University. 

Godalming College

Find out about Godalming College, the Principal Emma Young and what the students think of their experience.