Destinations of Sixth Form Leavers 2020 | St Helen's

All of our 2020 leavers are either going on to Higher Education or are planning to do so. Over 80% of our students. have accepted offers at Russell Group Universities including Oxford and Cambridge and the majority of students (84%) will attend The Times top 30 listed universities. As usual, several are taking a gap year in order to travel and work in all parts of the world before taking up their university places.

Some of the most popular university destinations for St Helen’s students this year include:

Aston Birmingham Bournemouth
Bristol Cambridge Cardiff
City, University of London Durham Edinburgh
Glasgow Imperial College London King’s College London
Leeds Leicester Liverpool
London School of Economics and Political Science Loughborough Manchester
Nottingham Oxford Queen Mary, University of London
School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London Southampton  St Andrews
UCL Warwick York

Below are some of the broad range of courses which students are going on to study at university.

Art & Design  Aeronautical Engineering Archaeology and History
Ancient Hository and Classical Archaeology Biochemistry BioEngineering
Biology Biological Sciences  Biomedical Sciences
Business Management Business Management  with Communication Chemistry
Chinese Chinese Studies Computer Animation
Computer (AL and Machine Learning) Computer Science Classics
Curating and Art History Dentistry Economics & Accounting
Electrical & Electronic Engineering Engineering English
English Law & Spanish Law English Literature Evolutionary Anthropology
Experimental Psychology Geography History 
History of Art  Human Biology Industrial Economics
International, Social and  Public Policy  International Business with Spanish Korean Studies and Japanese
Mathematics Medicine Mecanical Engineering
Modern Foreign Languages  Modern and Medieval Languages Politics
Politics and International Relations Pharmacology Pharmacy
Philosophy Psychology Philosophy and Economics
Physics Politics and German Psychology
Spanish and English Literature Veterinary Medicine