University destinations

We pride ourselves on the excellent personalised university and higher education guidance that we offer our pupils and their parents. There is a team of expertise amongst the team of Sixth Form Tutors who specialise in giving advice on selecting the appropriate degree course as well as having good links with the international admissions teams at universities in the UK, the Netherlands and around the world.

We get the pupils to start thinking about university and higher education possibilities in Year 10. A well established programme is then launched with our pupils as soon as soon as they start the Lower Sixth. We are also fortunate enough to have regular visits from universities from around the world. These are advertised in advance and parents are also invited to attend. Tours are also organised to universities in The Netherlands.

University destinations, to date, of the Class of 2018

United Kingdom
Goldsmiths, University of London (Journalism)
London School of Economics* (Economics)
Royal Holloway, University of London (Music)
University of Edinburgh* (Russian Studies and Politics; International Business with French)
University of Plymouth (Computing)
University of Warwick* (Economics)
*The Russell Group represent the 24 leading UK universities

The Netherlands
Delft University of Technology (Architecture)
Erasmus University College Rotterdam (Liberal Arts and Sciences)
University of Amsterdam (Business, Business and Economics, Physics and Astronomy)
University of Rotterdam (Econometrics)
University of Tilburg (International Business)
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (Computer Science)

France
Faculté de Médecine de Lille (Medicine)

Israel
Rimon School of Jazz and Contemporary Music (partnered with Berklee College, USA) (Music)

University destinations prior to 2018

United Kingdom
Birkbeck, University of London (Business Management)
Canterbury Christ Church University (Physiotherapy; Sports Science)
*Durham University (Economics)
Edinburgh Napier University (Engineering)
*Imperial College London (Physics)
*King's College London (Classics)
London South Bank University (Sociology)
Richmond, The American International University in London (Psychology)
Royal Veterinary College, University of London (Bio-veterinary Sciences)
St. George's, University of London (Bio-Medicine)
University of Aberdeen (Psychology)
*University of Birmingham (Pharmacy)
University of Brighton (Business Management; Architecture)
University of Essex (Art)
University of Greenwich (Event Management)
University of Surrey (Physics;Physics with Astronomy)
*University of Warwick (Mathematics)
*The Russell Group represent the 24 leading UK universities.

The Netherlands
Amsterdam University College (Liberal Arts)
Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (International Business Management)
Delft University of Technology (Aerospace Engineering; Aeronautical Engineering; Mechanical Engineering)
Erasmus University Rotterdam (Business Economics)
Gerrit Rietveld Academie (Fine Art)
Hotelschool The Hague (Business Administration; Hotel Management)
SAE Institute (Animation)
Saxion University of Applied Sciences (Game Design and Production)
The Hague University (European Studies)
TIO University of Applied Sciences (Hospitality and Management)
University of Amsterdam (Economics & Business; English Studies, European Studies; Hospitality; History; PPLE; Sociology)
University of Groningen (Business Management; Chemistry)
Utrecht University (Notarial Law)
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (Business & Innovation; Computer Science; International Business)

Austria
Academy of Fine Arts Vienna (Fine Art)

Australia
University of Newcastle (Biotechnology)

Canada
Carlton University (Biotechnology & Biochemistry)
Concordia University (Mechanical Engineering)

France
Sciences Po (Politics and International Studies)

Germany
Ludwig-Maximilian University of Munich (Engineering)