The majority of our students go on to top universities in the UK, Europe and the United States, including Oxford, Cambridge, other Russell Group universities, medical schools and many more high-ranking institutions worldwide.
We provide the following specialist advice and support:
Upper School students are led through the UCAS application process within tutorial time and with guidance from the Careers Department. Tutors work closely with students on their university and course choices and are vital in the construction of the personal statement, as well as writing university references.
Students will start to complete their UCAS forms on University Day held in June of Form 6. This day includes workshops, lectures and seminars covering all aspects of university life with representatives from different universities on hand to offer advice.
Help sessions to complete UCAS forms are offered throughout the Winter Term of Form 7 to fit around our busy students’ timetables.
North American Universities
We run a comprehensive programme of activities throughout Forms 6 and 7 to provide information and help for students who are interested in applying to university in North America, such as attending the annual USA College Day in London.
In addition, each year we employ a Yale Fellow who takes responsibility for preparing students for university in the United States, including instruction for the SAT Test (a standard test for college admissions in the US), and help with the North American university application procedure.
Europe and the Rest of the World
A significant number of Oakhamians go to universities in Europe each year. We are able to offer advice to students on university choices as well as assistance with their applications.
University study in other parts of the world is gaining in popularity and we can offer advice on studying in these destinations as well.
OO Applications to University
For those students who leave School without having made up their minds where they wish to study, we can help with their university applications.