Student Destinations


The Class of 2022 achieved excellent and well deserved results this year, and these enabled them to access many top universities of their choice.

43% of A Level students went on to study at the prestigious Russell Group universities and 57% went on to attend institutions ranked in the Times Good University Guide, with over 21% of these being at the top 10 ranking universities in the UK.

Preliminary destinations for some of our students are as follows:

A Level

Student   Grades  University   Subject 
Oleg A*A*A* UCL Politics
Viktor A*A*A* St Andrews Mathematics
Jess A*A*AA Cardiff Law
Keilyn A*A*A Edinburgh International Business
Petya A*A*A University of Southern California World Bachelor in Business
Sophie A*A*A UCL Arts & Sciences
Dan A*AA LSE International Relations & History
Helena A*AA St Andrews Classical Studies
Nina A*AA Imperial Biochemistry
Xinrui A*AA Reading Business & Management
Xuan A*AA UCL Engineering
Sitara A*AB King’s College London Economics & Management
Benita AAA Southampton Aeronautics & Astronautics
Junwoo AAB SOAS Politics
Charlotte BBB University of Richmond, USA (Presidential Scholarship) Business Administration & Leadership


Student Grades University Subject
Nico  D*D*D (equiv to A*A*A) Leeds Beckett University Sports Journalism
Olly  D*D*D (equiv to A*A*A) Oxford Brookes University Business Enterprise and Entrepreneurship
Simran  D*D*D (equiv to A*A*A) University of Exeter Politics and Management with Study Abroad
Jason D*DD (equiv to A*AA) Kingston University Filmmaking


IFP Pathway Destination
Advanced Maths & Economics City, University of London, Banking and International Finance
Advanced Maths & Economics City, University of London, Investment and Financial Risk Management
Advanced Maths & Economics Durham University, Economics with Management
Advanced Maths & Economics Kings College London, International Development
Art & Design Kingston University, Fine Art
Art & Design Kingston University, Fine Art
Art & Design University of Southampton, Fine Art
Business & Economics City University of London, Business Management
Business & Economics City University of London, Business Management
Business & Economics City University of London, Business Management
Business & Economics City University of London, Business Management
Business & Economics City University of London, Finance
Business & Economics Glion University, Switzerland
Business & Economics Queen Mary University, Business Management
Business & Economics University of East London, Educational Studies
Computer Science Kings College London, Computer Science with Management
Financial Technology Queen Mary University, Computer Science
Social Science City University of London, International Politics
Social Science University of the Arts London, Contemporary Media Cultures


Given the wide range of degree courses it is important that students are well advised before making their university and college applications, particularly as more and more universities are eager to take on students who can demonstrate an organised approach to their own futures.


Students are encouraged to attend Open Days. Applications are made online. Students applying to drama school have coaching in preparation for their auditions. Those applying to art school are given guidance with their Portfolio and choice of Foundation course. View the UCAS Site UCAS Applications


We provide a comprehensive programme of advice and tuition for those students we think have a chance of being offered an Oxbridge place i.e. a minimum of 6 A*/A grades at GCSE. Lower Sixth students participate in the Oxbridge Entrance Programme in the last week of June.

This includes:

Visits to Oxford and Cambridge
Lectures from Oxbridge Admissions Tutors
Seminars in Critical Thinking
Mock interviews are also held
Following AS results, if the application still looks strong, Oxbridge candidates follow an intensive course, which comprises lectures on a range of cultural and scientific topics, seminars to develop analytical skills, and mock interviews followed by an evaluation of the student’s performance.


Students wishing to apply to university in the United States will be required to take SAT examinations. Tuition for these exams is organised by the college. For more information please contact Daniel Woodley.


Staff support students in 1:1 sessions or in small groups wtih opportunities related to work experience and univerisity applications (UK based and International). This can include personal statement suppiort, interview practice both internally and externally, sharing upcoming webinars led by univerisities and health specialists and EPQ support. Students are also encouraged to attend medical school open days, seminars and other related events.