Entrance to university has become increasingly competitive and complicated in recent years, yet the majority of Brampton students gain places at Russell Group universities in fiercely contested areas such as Medicine, Dentistry, Veterinary Science, Law, Economics, Psychology and English. The university destinations of our former students include many of the most highly regarded universities in the country, including Oxford and Cambridge, Imperial, LSE and all the major medical schools. For full details of the recent university destinations of our students please see links.
From 2005 to 2018 the College has placed:
- 132 students for Medicine
- 96 for Dentistry
- 68 or Law
- 163 for Economics
Since 2005 there have been over 1100 students placed at Russell Group universities including:
- 123 Queen Mary, University of London
- 117 Birmingham
- 116 King’s College London
- 81 UCL
- 107 Manchester
- 160 Nottingham
Our expert and comprehensive service ranges from guidance on choosing a suitable degree course to extensive help with completing the UCAS form and preparation for interviews. Our highly experienced Careers Advisers are readily available for individual guidance. The students also receive extensive help from their Personal Tutor when choosing universities and completing their UCAS form.
For the first time in my life, I truly enjoyed studying. The combination of concise and interesting lectures, with informal teacher-student relationships enabled me to participate fully and appreciate the subjects I was taking. The university preparation was also great. By checking my personal statement and giving thorough practice for my interviews, the careers staff helped me gain offers from various medical universities. At the moment I am reading medicine at Bart’s and the London. Samir Mehta
Brampton College produces its own preparation pack on applying for university and there is a special programme for applicants to medical science degrees, including a regular medical forum. This programme consists of seminars, lectures, mock interviews and preparation for the UKCAT and BMAT examinations. In order to help our first year A level students decide on the career path they wish to follow or the degree course they wish to apply for, we organise a series of talks from university admissions tutors and careers representatives. They also attend events organised by UCAS and undergo two week’s work experience in the summer. Parents of first year A level students are invited to a meeting on the application process with visiting speakers from university.