Career Counselling

Choosing a career path and selecting a university or a college for higher education are two aspects of a child’s schooling that are intertwined establishing itself as the most crucial part of an academic journey. This constant process involves identifying a pupil’s potential, understanding areas of interest, detecting career choices and shortlisting realistic and apposite options. A pupil’s academic journey at Vidsan Charterhouse desists after an assured placement in his/her aspired for college/university and choice of programme.

From choosing streamed or elective subjects to understanding areas of interest, career counselling is an effort to relate learning to real-life, theory to reality and discovering a motivating route to a fulfilling career choice.

Career counselling at Vidsan Charterhouse incorporates career development, course determination, and preparing for universities and colleges throughout the specialised diploma programme years. Students have weekly homeroom meetings and receive personalised attention in advisor groups and in individual appointments with our college/university counsellors. Our counsellors arrange workshops, college fairs, and visits from colleges and universities, prepare students intensively for the universities and colleges application process and life after VCH.

We underpin the process of career guidance on three primary constituents:

  • Information: Covering information on courses, subject choices and career paths that harmonise with personal interests.
  • Intervention: Through one-on-one or group sessions, pupils understand career-related issues that occur in the real world.
  • Integration: Integrating career education within the curriculum framework to develop individual competencies and efficiently managing mentored development path.

Our counsellor meets with pupils regularly exercising confidentiality to discuss their individual goals, passions and plans. Through recurrent counselling sessions, pupils discuss:

  • their interests and aptitude for it
  • plans of action for improving weaknesses
  • management of priorities
  • focus searches
  • understanding the socio-economic relevance of career interests
  • available options as per academic choices
  • contingency plans for future

Some of the universities our graduates have gone to are:

  • Harvard University
  • University of Cambridge
  • Brown University
  • University of Penstate
  • Yale University
  • Princeton University
  • Imperial College London
  • Caltech
  • The University of Nottingham
  • Johns Hopkins University
  • Australian National University
  • Nanyang Technology University
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • University of California
  • The University of Edinburgh
  • University of Zurich
  • University of Oxford
  • NUS – National University of Singapore
  • Stanford University

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