Higher Education update
Congratulations to our Sixth Form students who have received university scholarship offers.
Alexandra Neagu: a President’s Scholarship to read Electronic and Information Engineering at Imperial College London.
Tiffany Lau: a Jardine Scholarship to read Land Economy at Magdalene College, Cambridge University.
Sonya Kim: accepted onto the Northeastern Honors Program with a scholarship.
Nicholas Clinton: an academic scholarship at the University of Toronto.
Sasha Sklar: the University of Toronto International Scholar Award as well as an academic scholarship, and also a James Monroe Scholarship at William & Mary.
Benjamin Pinchuk: a major scholarship at McGill University.
Well done to these students and good luck to those who are still awaiting the outcome of their applications.
US early offers
Fifteen students have received early offers from leading US universities, with two shortlisted for scholarships.
Five students have offers from Canadian universities (University of Toronto and McGill) and one at the University of Bocconi in Italy
To date our students have received a total of over 650 offers from 70 institutions including leading UK universities.
The UCAS cycle is still incomplete, with many places yet to be confirmed. We expect to know the final outcomes by April.
Henry Fellowship awarded to Old Sennockian
Rachel Tustin (OS 2017) has been awarded a Henry Fellowship to study at Harvard next year, under the political theorist Richard Tuck. The Henry, Procter and Choate Fellowships provide the opportunity to study for a year at Harvard, Yale or Princeton.< Back