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The calibre of our leavers’ university destinations is first-class. The bold choices the girls make for their university courses demonstrates that our girls are forward-thinking, with the confidence to embrace the most diverse range of subjects.

In 2017, five girls gained places at University of Oxford and University of Cambridge and almost all girls gained places at their first choice of University or course, including:

  • University of Oxford: Biomedical Sciences; Engineering; History and Politics
  • University of Cambridge: Mathematics; Modern & Medieval Languages
  • University of Birmingham: Classical Literature & Civilisation; International Relations; Law
  • Cardiff University: Criminology
  • Durham University: Accounting & Finance; Business & Management; Criminology; Law; Psychology
  • Goldsmiths, University of London: Fine Art
  • University of Liverpool: Veterinary Science
  • Imperial College London: Biochemistry; Biomedical Engineering; Electronic & Information Engineering; Physics
  • King’s College London: Geography; Law; Mathematics
  • University College London: Nutrition & Medical Sciences; Social Sciences
  • London School of Economics: Financial Maths & Statistics
  • Loughborough University: Sport & Exercise Science; Mathematics with Economics
  • Newcastle University: Biological Sciences
  • University of Nottingham: Medicine
  • University of Manchester: Materials Science & Engineering; Medicine
  • University of Sheffield: Bioengineering
  • University of Southampton: Philosophy & Mathematics
  • Trinity Laban Conservatoire: Music


“I’m proud of [our] academic results, but I am just as proud of what our Leavers have brought to broader school life. Through their time here, they have shown determination, maturity and a sense of fun. They have been fully involved in our school community and its leadership, as prefects, captains, club and society leaders, and mentors to younger years. They have also shown themselves to be talented sportswomen, musicians, actors, debaters, charity fundraisers, linguists, artists and more. It’s this rounded education and the soft skills it fosters that will equip them for taking their place in the wider world and bring them personal fulfilment. I wish them the very best for the future, and I hope that they will continue to come back to school to talk to younger generations about their experiences.” Mrs Raraty, Headmistress
 

University Destinations 2017

University Destinations 2016