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KELLETT NEWS ARTICLE

US & Canada University Offers
Monday 16th May
Kellett Sixth Form

Two weeks ago, we bid a fond farewell to our second cohort of Year 13 leavers, wishing them the very best of luck in their impending A-level exams. Shortly before their departure, offers from US and Canadian universities were received, rounding off a fantastic array of university placements to some of the top universities in the world. 

From the US, Sofia-Marie Mascia and Markian Benhamou have received offers from Harvard University and Marshall School of Business, University of Southern California respectively. Sofia will also form part of the Harvard University’s Varsity sailing team. Congratulations also go to Tiffany Wu, who has been offered a conditional place at The University of British Columbia, Canada, another highly regarded university worldwide. These wonderful achievements go to show the strength of the A-level programme, and that it is well received not only in the UK, but is also seen as a gold standard of education across the world.

As previously reported, our students have received offers from UK Universities such as University College London, King’s College London, The University of Warwick, The University of Bristol, The University of Surrey, Durham University. Closer to home, no less than five of our students have received offers from The University of Hong Kong, to study subjects ranging from Engineering to Law.

Most notably, and in only our second cohort of Year 13s, this year has marked our first Oxbridge offers to two of our students. Mark Lam and Gabrielle Roper have both been offered places at The University of Cambridge to study Land Economy and Modern Languages respectively. This achievement is one that the school is incredibly proud of, and one that should be celebrated throughout the Kellett Community.

Congratulations to all of our Year 13 students. We are extremely proud of you and wish you all the best of luck in your exams so that you can continue your journey into higher education and beyond.