There’s nothing like the world’s best universities to send leavers to, IF you can!
A Guidepost Report
This year, KING’S COLLEGE’s graduates have been accepted into the top 4 out of 5 world universities, to wit: Harvard, Cambridge, Imperial and University College London.* As well as this, more than half of the Year 13 leavers are going to Top 200 Universities** around the world, including the University of Birmingham, Durham University, the University of Warwick, Bath University and the University of Manchester in the United Kingdom, as well as the University of Michigan in America.
Andrew Rattue, Headmaster of King’s College Madrid is understandably “proud of all our pupils’ achievements. In terms of academics the schools [in the King’s Group] are going from strength to strength, and our university destinations allow us to showcase this.”
Aside from UK and US universities, other Year 13 leavers have gone on to attend some of Spain’s finest institutions, including the Complutense, Autonoma, ICADE, Carlos III and Les Roches Marbella. (For a full list of KING’S COLLEGE’s 2014 university destinations, visit http://tinyurl.com/nrgjhd7 ).
Moreover, the large majority of KING’S COLLEGE leavers are going on to their first choice university.
No matter what country, King’s College pupils have gone on to study diverse and challenging courses. Popular choices this year included Engineering, Law, International Business Management, Economics, Mathematics, Psychology, Nursing and International Hotel Management.
Lucky for the new Year 13s; they can seek inspiration from their older counterparts. Actually those who want to go to Oxford and Cambridge are already preparing their applications lest they missed the deadline which is on October the 15th. The rest of the students are seeking admission to other great names in Britain, Spain, Canada, America and Switzerland, amongst others.
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