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Every year our students leave college after completing their A Level studies and go onto a range of progression options, including studying HE at university, apprenticeships, taking a gap year and into employment. 

We've highlighted below some key data sourced from UCAS:

  • In 2020, 708 students (88% of students who applied) progressed onto a UK university. 

  • 42% of students gained a place at a Russell Group university.

  • Students applied and were accepted at 87 different universities.

The map below shows the number of students accepted to UK universities from our college in 2020.

UCAS Destinations 2020 - KEDST

UCAS Destinations 2020- KEDST

UCAS Destinations 2020- KEDST

Students who left in 2020 also went onto further vocational training, Degree Apprenticeships and employment.

Here is a sample of some of the areas that our students progressed onto:

  • Degree Apprenticeship in Law at Talbots Law
  • Pilot Training
  • Digital Engineer Degree Apprenticeship 
  • WM Policing Apprenticeship
  • WM Ambulance Service Apprenticeship
  • Medical Research employment
  • Degree Apprenticeship at Mondelez International 
  • Degree Apprenticeship in Computer Science at DHBW Stuttgart
  • Teacher Training

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