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A Level Results 2021

Wycliffe’s outstanding results this morning (A Level and BTEC) have seen their Year 13 pupils secure places at an extraordinarily varied range of University destinations.

As well as those heading for three Universities – Oxford, Harvard, Berkeley – listed in the world’s top seven (Times Higher Education, 2021), Wycliffe’s newest crop of alumni will be taking their places at a wide range of institutions including Russell Group ‘standards’ such as Bristol, Exeter, and Durham, plus courses as far afield as Germany, Switzerland and Canada.  Others have secured places on world-leading courses at ‘newer’ Universities such as Film at Bournemouth, Graphic Design at Falmouth, and Comic and Concept Art at Leeds Arts.  And Creative Arts such as these are balanced with multiple types of Engineering (Automotive, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical), alongside Marine Biology, Environmental Science, and Architecture.

  • At an individual level. Maddy (2020/21 Head of School) is heading for St Anne’s, Oxford to study Biochemistry
  • Brendan will pursue an Integrated Mechanical and Electrical Engineering course at Bath
  • Two sports stars have won scholarships to Ivy League schools in the USA:
  • Tate heads off to Harvard to study Liberal Arts whilst playing Squash
  • Grace joins top Rowing establishment University of California, Berkeley to study English Literature.
  • Charlie will study International Relations at Durham
  • Charlene (from Taiwan) is to study Computer Science at Cardiff
  • Aeden (from Canada) will read Marine Biology and Coastal Ecology at Plymouth
  • Rachel will undertake a Geography degree at Loughborough
  • Chi-Chi (from Nigeria) who will study Marketing at Southampton.
Head of Wycliffe College, Nick Gregory, commented


With getting on for three-quarters of all A Levels graded at A*, A or B (plus some outstanding results across our three BTECs in Sport, Digital Media, and Business), this year’s Year 13 leavers at Wycliffe College have an enormous amount of which to be proud.