Careers Guidance Programme

Careers Guidance Programme

Careers Guidance

At El Limonar International School Murcia we are aware of the importance of enabling our students to adapt to the needs of the current workplace and, even more importantly, the workplace of the future. It is for this reason that our Careers Guidance Programme allows our students the opportunity to come into contact with both universities and the professional world. The main objective of our Careers Guidance Programme is to help our students answer questions such as: What do I want to study? What do I want to be in the future? Which universities should I apply to?

Work experience

All students in Years 11, 12 and 13 (4º ESO – 2º Bachillerato) have the opportunity to participate in our Work Experience Programme, allowing them to spend a week working alongside professionals from different sectors in the Region of Murcia. This programme enables our students to discover first-hand what certain professions entail, thereby helping them to make decisions about their future career choices. It also gives the students on the Work Experience Programme the perfect opportunity to develop both their maturity and self-confidence.

University fairs

Accompanied by their tutors, all students in Years 11, 12 and 13 (4º ESO – 2º Bachillerato) visit University Fairs, allowing them to meet with Admissions Officers from different universities and find out more about the variety of degrees on offer to them. At these Fairs, there are representatives from Spanish and international universities.

Careers conferences

During the school year, our Y11, 12 and 13 students (4º ESO – 2º Bachillerato) participate in a series of professional conferences, aimed at providing them with detailed information about career choices. Amongst others, conferences include talks on Medicine, Economics, Law, and US University application procedures.

“Becas Europa” programme

Every year students from El Limonar International School Murcia participate in this programme aimed at  promoting and rewarding the most talented Year 12 & Year 13 students at a national level.