In 2016, 77% of boys went on to Russell Group universities including Oxford and Cambridge.

2016 University Destinations

UniversityCourse
AberswythPsychology
AstonIndustrial Product Design
Computing Science
BathBiochemistry
Civil and Architectural Engineering
BirminghamMoney, Banking and Finance
Economics
Environmental Geology
Liberal Arts and Sciences
Psychology
BrightonAccountancy and Finance
BristolNeuroscience
Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Economics
Physics
Music
BrunelElectronic and Computer Engineering
CambridgeMusic
Law
CityEconomics
Mathematics, Finance and Economics
DundeeArchitecture
DurhamPhilosophy
English Literature
Biological Sciences
Music
Law
General Engineering
East AngliaGeography
EdinburghMedical Sciences
Engineering
ExeterBusiness and Management
Philosophy and Politics
Biological Sciences
Geography
Mathematics
FalmouthDigital Gaming
Heriot-WattAccounting and Finance
Economics
HullBiochemistry with Industrial Experience
Drama and Music
Imperial College LondonMechanical Engineering
Physics
Biochemistry with Management
Mathematics
Computing
Biochemistry
KentLaw and Economics
KingstonMarketing and Advertising
King's College LondonInternational Development
Philosophy
LeedsManagement
Geological Sciences
Management with Marketing
Politics and Economics
LeicesterAccounting and Finance
LiverpoolMarketing
London School of EconomicsManagement
Finance
LoughboroughTransport and Business Management
Management Sciences
ManchesterGeography
Management
NewcastleUrban Planning
Geography
Civil Engineering
Biology
NottinghamChemical Engineering
Architecture
Industrial Economics
Economics
Economics and Politics
Nottingham TrentProduct Design
Business and Management
Sport and Exercise Science
Marketing
Computing
Oxford BrookesSport and Exercise Science
Sport Coaching and PE/Business Management
International Business Management
Mechanical Engineering
OxfordTheology and Religion
Chemistry
Biological Sciences
Physics
Queen MaryHuman Geography
ReadingZoology
Entrepreneurship and Management
Mathematics
Real Estate
Business and Management
SheffieldAerospace Engineering
History
Economics and Politics
Chinese Studies and History
Structural Engineering and Architecture
Civil and Structural Engineering
Sheffield HallamBusiness Economics
SouthamptonBusiness Entrepreneurship
SussexAccounting and Finance
University College LondonMedical Physics
Comparative Literature
Medicine
Biomedical Sciences
WarwickAccounting and Finance
International Management
Economics
Law
Modern Languages and Linguistics
Chemistry
Management
Biomedical Science
Psychology
Engineering
YorkBusiness and Management

Oxbridge

The school is committed to providing full support for students who wish to apply to the universities of Oxford and Cambridge. The school’s academic scholars and gifted and talented students are encouraged to attend the Archer Martin Society (Fourth, Remove and Fifth Form) and the Mitre Club (Sixth Form) to develop the academic interests and the ambition required to make a competitive application to these institutions.

In the Sixth Form, students who wish to be on the ‘Oxbridge List’ receive support from the relevant Head of Department or departmental Oxbridge Tutor to develop their ‘super-curricular’ activities such as reading and attending lectures and preparation for the relevant entrance exams. In September of the Upper Sixth there are mock entrance exams and boys are guided through the application process by the Head of UCAS and Master in Charge of Oxbridge. Students are provided with additional departmental support prior to interview and they are given at least two formal mock interviews.

In recent years an increasing number students have decided to apply to Oxford and Cambridge and numbers of successful applications have been very healthy. In 2016/17 ten boys were successful in gaining offers.