Session 1: March 20th, 2021
Session 2: April 24th, 2021
Connect online with admissions officers from top UK independent schools.
Participants include admissions officers from Radley College, Marlborough College, Caterham School, Badminton School, and Wycombe Abbey.
(*Wycombe Abbey will not participate in a one-on-one interview this year, but you may partake in one-on-one online Q&A sessions with the school representative)
The school representatives will speak about their respective schools' admissions requirements and explain how candidates are assessed and selected. Students and parents will also have a chance to consult the officers one-on-one.
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List of Participants
Radley College, along with Eton College, Harrow School, and Winchester College, is one of Britain's most prestigious all-boarding schools. The annual admittance rate to Oxbridge is as high as 17-18%.
With 200 years of history, Marlborough College has had many members of the British elite among its alumni, including Catherine Duchess of Cambridge, Princess Eugenie of York, and Samantha Sheffield, wife of the former Prime Minister David Cameron. Boys at Marlborough College are strong at rugby, hockey, and cricket, while the girls are known for hockey, basketball, and tennis. Most students get to enter their dream institutions after graduation, such as Oxford and Harvard University.
Founded in 1896, Wycombe Abbey is one of the most selective girls' boarding schools in the UK. It has been thrice nominated for School of the Year by The Times, named "the Best of the Best" by The Guardian, and is consistently ranked one of the top private schools nationally in academic results. About a third of Wycombe Abbey graduates continue their study at Oxford University and Cambridge University every year.
Caterham School is ranked #17 academically among British schools. It is known for its excellent performance in STEM subjects. Most students gain admissions to Oxford, Cambridge, and other members of the Russell Group upon graduation. In 2019, 19 Caterham students got offers from Oxbridge, and there are currently 62 Caterham graduates study at Oxford and Cambridge.
Badminton School is an elite girls' school. Students of many different cultural and ethnic backgrounds come here to learn and grow together. They have outstanding academic performance: 67% of students scored A* or A in the most recent A-level tests; the A*-A percentage for GCSE is 85.1%.