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    Sixth Form Destinations

    Sixth Form Destinations 2019

    We are delighted to share with you some details about how our recent sixth form graduates have chosen to continue their education. In the 2019 cycle 174 of our sixth formers made successful applications to 46 different universities in just over 100 different undergraduate subjects and subject combinations. In addition, 25 of our students have embarked on an art foundation course, either as a prelude to a degree in art and design or as a gap year option.

    • 16 students achieved the required grades to take up Oxbridge places in the following subjects: Art History, Biology, Classics, English Literature and Language, History, HSPS, Human Sciences, Modern and Medieval Languages, Medicine, Music, Philosophy and Physics
    • There were 10 medics at the following universities: Brighton and Sussex, Cambridge, Manchester, Newcastle, Sheffield and UCL
    • 74% of all places were at the Russell Group universities.
    • 30% of courses were in STEM degrees

    The largest subject areas were as follows:

    • English plus joint honours English and another subject (27)
    • History and Politics (23)
    • Maths and Engineering (12)
    • Medicine (10)
    • Philosophy plus joint honours philosophy and another subject (10)
    • Biology and Chemistry (8)
    • History of Art (6)
    • Economics (5)

    As well as more traditional choices our sixth formers applied for an eclectic range of subjects  including Astrophysics; Commercial Songwriting; Environmental Geoscience; Fashion Marketing; Film and Television with Innovation;  Mechatronics and Robotics; Sports, Business and Entrepreneurship and Zoo Biology.

    Here is the full list of our 2019 students’ UK universities and colleges.

    • Academy of Contemporary Music -1
    • Anglia Ruskin University -1
    • Bath -1
    • Birkbeck -1
    • Birmingham -4
    • Bristol -21
    • Brighton and Sussex Medical School -1
    • Bristol UWE -2
    • Cambridge -11
    • City -4
    • Courtauld Institute -1
    • Durham -1
    • East Anglia -6
    • Edinburgh -11
    • Goldsmiths -1
    • Glasgow -11
    • Glasgow School of Art -1
    • Kent -1
    • King's College London -9
    • Kingston -1
    • Lancaster -2
    • Leeds -14
    • Leicester -2
    • Liverpool -2
    • London School of Economics -1
    • Loughborough -1
    • Manchester -13
    • Manchester Metropolitan -1
    • Middlesex -1
    • Newcastle -6
    • Nottingham -6
    • Nottingham Trent -1
    • Oxford -5
    • Portsmouth -1
    • Queen Mary University of  London -1
    • Royal Holloway University of  London -1
    • Sheffield -4
    • SOAS University of  London -2
    • Southampton -1
    • St Andrews -1
    • Sussex -8
    • University of the Arts London -1
    • University College London -3
    • Warwick -2
    • Westminster -2
    • York -3

    ART FOUNDATION          

    • Camberwell -8
    • Central St Martins -3
    • City and Islington -1
    • Kingston -4
    • Ravensbourne -1
    • The Royal Drawing School -3
    • The Working Men's College -5