We have a proud history of supporting and training students who successfully carry on to study medicine at university. Our support includes training links with Hull York Medical School, work experience opportunities, one-to-one guidance on your application with ex-students and support for your medical entry exams.
As an academic sixth form, we are used to seeing many applications for the most prestigious universities. We can support you with your application, preparations for entrance examinations and interview techniques. Each year we see a significant number of students successful in their applications for the above universities.
Our programme for university applications is detailed and highly successful. Starting with your Y11 application process, we work very hard to consider all of your university aspirations. We begin by considering your initial sixth form timetable and provide additional enrichment qualifications and experiences that provide you the best opportunity of achieving a place at your favoured university.
You are guided through the process by our experienced sixth form teachers and sixth form progress leader. Our UCAS system is highly regarded and achieves excellent results. This is why all of our students who apply to university always achieve their place (five years running).
We have a proud history and tradition dating back for decades. We are proud of all of our students’ achievements, but there are some significant success stories that we would like to share with you. Please click here to see case studies of our students over the last few years.
Students are faced with some life-changing decisions when deciding upon their options. We can support your initial careers guidance through school and provide specialist information on your post-16 opportunities. Our staff are highly trained and very knowledgeable. Below are some examples of what you can expect:
We are always looking to make new links with businesses. If you feel that your organisation or business can support our students in their futures, please contact Neil Pinder Director of Post-16 Education via the 'Contact Us' link.