UK and other EU Universities
All students at Campion receive extensive support in preparing their university applications. Every year, a number of events including seminars, alumni visits and presentations from university representatives, are organised to provide students with information on UK institutions. Each student receives guidance from the school’s universities counsellor as well as from the Headmaster. University acceptances include some of the most prestigious institutions in Great Britain and the EU. This year most students secured places at their first-choice university, including Imperial, Kings College London, the University of Edinburgh and the University of Aberdeen.
Over the last several years, Campion has also successfully placed a number of graduates in European universities, particularly in the Netherlands, where high quality English-language Bachelor’s programmes are available at a very reasonable cost.
Our academic results and university placement can be found on the website under curriculum and results.
If you’re a member of the school, please log into your school account to access further information on the UCAS application guide, options booklets, etc.
Below are useful links regarding application and admission to UK universities.
UCAS Application 2021-22: a guide
New eligibility rules for home fee status and student finance for the 2021/22academic year
Update on tuition fees for EU students starting in 2020
UKCISA advice for students on post-Brexit rules and entitlements
An annual review of the graduate job market and salaries The Graduate Market 2018
For a list of institutions that require the BMAT test, see the following link: http://www.admissionstesting.org/for-institutions/about-our-tests/biomedical-admissions-test/.
UK Scholarships for EU Students click here
Why students should seriously consider Dutch universities as an alternative to undergraduate study in the USA or UK
Please click here to read the Guardian’s Careers Uncovered.
Read about What is Extra here.
The College of Law in England is now offering an undergraduate degree course in Law. The new LL.B. course will be offered at a number of sites throughout England and is a two year course. The IB points offer is 33 with a combined score of 16 in higher subjects. For further details see the College of Law website at www.college-of-law.co.uk/law-degree.
Information on what subjects to study at IB/A level for different degrees
The Russell group: Informed Choices
Information for pupils applying for Medicine
For pupils Interested in applying for Management and Accountancy
For pupils Interested in Architecture in Scotland
Student Loans and Finances