Overview

Our students attend many different colleges and universities across the UK and overseas.

More recently our students have received offers from Yale, Oxford, Cambridge, Warwick, York and Edinburgh and many other prestigious universities.

Future Destinations 2016

Institution 2016
Anglia Ruskin University Fine Art
Bath Spa University Art/Creative Writing
University of Bayreuth Law
University of Birmingham History of Art
University of Brighton Architecture
University of Cambridge Natural Sciences (Biological)
Cardiff Metropolitan University Business Information Systems (3 and 4 years including Foundation)
Central Saint Martins Art Foundation
Coventry University Aerospace Technology
University of Dundee Architecture
Durham University Philosophy and Politics
University of East Anglia History
EBS University of Business and Law Law
Ecole Hôtelière de Lausanne, Switzerland International Hospitality Management
University of Edinburgh Biological Sciences (Developmental, Regeneration and Stem Cells)
University of Exeter Economics
Harper Adams University Agricultural Engineering
Heriot-Watt University Structural Engineering with Architectural Design
King’s College London Psychology
University of Kent Computer Science
University of Leeds Psychology
Leeds College of Art Fine Art
University of Leicester Media and Communication
Loughborough University History and International Relations
London School of Economics and Political Science Law (Bachelor of Laws)
University of Manchester Comparative Religion and Social Anthropology
Newcastle University Architecture and Urban Planning
University of Northampton Advertising and Digital Marketing
Nottingham Trent University Primary Education (QTS)
Oxford Brookes University Foundation Diploma in Art and Design
University of Reading Geography (Human)
University of St Andrews French and Management (year abroad)
University College London Fine Art (4 years)
University of Warwick Electronic Engineering
WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management International Business Administration
University of York History