Trailblazing Success

Apr 01, 2018
Al Ain’s fnest earn places among the world

Brighton College has been standing near the foot of Jebel Hafeet for less than fve years and its frst crop of students are about to graduate this summer, heading off to some of the world’s top universities.

Students in year 13 at the British curriculum school have been receiving offers of places on university courses from around the world and the quality and breadth of degree courses on which they hope to end up is testament to the remarkable success of one of Al Ain’s highest rated school.

“The impressive list of offers received by our pupils is even more remarkable given the small size of our frst cohort to complete Year 13. Every single one of them is destined to do extremely well in their summer A’ level examinations and the offers of university places which they have received so far are testament to the outstanding work they have put into their studies. We are deeply proud of the pupils and know that the range and breadth of extra-curricular, creative, academic and co-curricular activities which they have undertaken lies behind this super set of offers,” commented Head of Sixth Form, Joe Hall.

With many offers still to come in, the tally already includes places on 18 courses at the top Russell Group of universities in the UK, including at Bristol, Edinburgh, Glasgow, King’s College London, Leeds, Liverpool, the London School of Economics, Manchester, Sheffeld and York. Beyond the UK, offers have also been received from leading universities in the United States, Canada, Belgium and the Netherlands.

Between the students, offers have been received for degree courses in criminology, social policy, philosophy, politics, economics, law, media studies, computer science, social anthropology, aeronautical science, bio-medical engineering, mechanical engineering, sports business and history. And among the offers, six out of the world’s top ffty universities are present.
 
 
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