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Destinations of leavers

100% of students at North London Collegiate School apply successfully to a university in the UK or abroad either in Year 13 or in the year immediately following their final examinations.  Many choose to take a gap year between school and university in order to gain valuable work experience, to carry out voluntary work and to travel in many parts of the world.

2016 leavers:

Architectural Association (1)

Nottingham (2)

Birmingham (4)

Oxford (16)

Bristol (7)

Queen Mary’s London (1)

Cambridge (14)

St Andrews (2)

Cardiff (2)

University College London (8)

Durham (5)

Warwick (8)

Edinburgh (1)

York (1)

Exeter (1)

       Imperial College London (3)

King’s College London (7)

       London School of Economics (2)

Manchester (2)

 

 US Universities

     

 University of Columbia (1)

 

University of Stanford (1)

 

In addition to this a number of students are pursuing Foundation courses in Art & Design while also applying for entry in 2017 to the following:

City & Guilds of London

Art Academy

The Royal Drawing School

 

A number of girls from the 2015 year group, who took a gap year after their studies, have now secured places at the following universities:

Brighton & Sussex Medical School (1)

Imperial College London (1)

Bristol (3)

Leeds (1)

Cambridge (3)

London School of Economics (1)

Courtauld Institute of Art (1)

Manchester (2)

Edinburgh University (1)

University of East Anglia (1)

 

The range of subjects studied at Higher Education by the 2016 year group include:

Architecture

Biochemistry

Biological Sciences

Biomedical Science

Chemical Engineering

Chemistry

Classical Civilisation

Classics

Combined Honours in Social Science

Computer Science

Dentistry Design Engineering

Economics

Economics & Management

Engineering

English (Language & Literature)

English with French

Geography

Geography with Economics

German & Arabic

Global Health & Social Medicine

 

Hispanic Studies & Italian

History

History of Art

Land Economy

Law

Law with French Law

Liberal Arts

Materials Science & Engineering

Mathematics

Mathematics & Economics

Medicine; Midwifery

Modern & Medieval Languages

Natural Sciences

Neuroscience

Pharmacy

Philosophy & History

PPE

Politics

Politics & International Relations

Psychology

 
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