Insights for students

 

Research tools to help students age 12 and up discover the world of work and pathways forward.

Explore our extensive careers library

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View rich information on careers, subject choices, apprenticeships and higher education, each with detailed routes to entry and suggestions on subject choice.

Kick-start a journey of self-discovery

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Simple yet powerful assessments match students’ individual interests and preferences to specific careers and courses, analysing results against more than 600 careers.

Support students at key decision points

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Support students to make informed choices at key academic decision points such as options at age 16 and Study areas at age 18.

Morrisby Careers is a new product from the Morrisby Organisation. Morrisby has been guiding students and adults through their career exploration journey for over 50 years with their product the Morrisby Profile. They saw the need for a simpler, yet powerful and affordable tool to allow school-based Career Practitioners to introduce career decision-making to a younger cohort.


If you or your child will be using Morrisby Careers at your school or college, these are the features you have to look forward to:

 

  • Assessment of Career Interests, Aspirations, Work Values, & Study Interests with instant results unique to you as an individual

  • Library of over 600 different careers to explore

  • Options presented at crucial decision-making points, such as Options at 16 and Options at 18

  • Information on entry requirements and routes to careers

  • Action planning tools and a careers locker to store important documents, experiences or interactions

If your school or college is offering Morrisby Careers but you have interest in completing a more holistic, objective assessment, you can ask your school's Careers Practitioner about completing the Morrisby Profile or see assistance from a Morrisby Certified private Careers Practitioner. Please visit the Career Analysts website and look at information for Students & Parents to find out more.