University Destinations 2017

Last year, supported by our Professional Guidance Centre, our girls pursued a wide range of courses, from medicine and law to liberal arts, economics and fine art. Following their outstanding exam results, the girls successfully secured places at more than 40 different universities across the world.

The list below sets out the breadth of courses and university destinations chosen by our leavers in 2017:

University of St Andrews
Classical Studies
International Relations
Mediaeval History & Social Anthropology
Medicine
University of Bath
Architecture
Civil Engineering
Modern Languages & European Studies
University of Birmingham
Business Management (with a year in industry)
Liberal Arts & Sciences
University of Bristol
Biology
History of Art

Law
Pharmacology
Theatre and English
University of Cambridge
(Gonville & Caius, Newnham, Peterhouse, St John's)
History of Art
Human, Social & Political Sciences
Law
Cardiff University
English Literature
Politics & Economics
Coventry University
Maths & Physics
Dartmouth College, USA
Liberal Arts
Durham University
Anthropology
Computer Science
English Literature
Law
Music
The University of Edinburgh
Applied Sport Science
Chinese & Spanish
Economic History
English Literature
Fine Art
Geography
History & Politics
International Relations
Philosophy
Philosophy & Politics
PsychologySociology
University of Essex
Economics
University of Exeter
Economics & Finance (with a year in industry)
Liberal Arts
Medical Sciences
Modern Languages
Politics
St George’s, University of London
Medicine
University of Glasgow
Biochemistry
Glasgow School of Art
Architecture
University of Gloucestershire
Photography – Editorial & Advertising
Goldsmiths, University of London
Anthropology
Medicine
Harvard, USA
Liberal Arts
University of Hong Kong
Medicine
Imperial College London
Civil Engineering
King's College London (KCL)
French & History
History
Law
University of Leeds
Geography
Spanish
University of Leicester
Accountancy & Finance
Leiden University College The Hague, Netherlands
Liberal Arts & Sciences
London School of Economics (LSE)
Economics
Law
Newcastle University 
Applied Sport Science
Sociology
New York University (NYU), USA
Liberal Arts
University of Nottingham
Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Law
Zoology
Nottingham Trent University
Design
University of Oxford
(Balliol, Brasenose, Christ Church, St Hugh's, Keble, Somerville, Worcester)
Biological Sciences
Economics & Management
English Language & Literature
Geography
Theology & Religion

Oxford Brookes University
International Business Management
University of Pennsylvania, USA
Liberal Arts
Queen Mary, University of London (QMUL)
Materials & Design
Medicine
Queen’s University Belfast
Medicine
University of Queensland, Australia
Psychology
Ravensbourne
Graphic Design
University of Reading
Biomedical Sciences
SOAS, University of London
Chinese
Chinese & Japanese Studies
History of Art
Law
Politics & International Relations
Staffordshire University 
Forensic Science
University of Surrey
International Politics
Swansea University
Accounting & Finance (with a year in industry)
University College London (UCL)
Biomedical Science
Economics
History
Pharmacology
Politics, Philosophy & Economics (PPE)
Psychology & Language Sciences
University of Warwick
Economics
Law
University of York
Human Geography & Environment