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BTEC progression to university

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BTEC progression to university

2015 has been a bumper year for the progression of BTEC students on to university. The BTEC Extended Diploma is the equivalent of three A Levels and is mainly assessed by coursework.

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The following students have gone on to Russell Group universities with BTEC qualification:

Marian Aden, Sibil Devassy and Asif Verachia to study Computer Science at King’s College London
Saiel Bashar and Rujina Begum to study Computer Science at Queen Mary University of London
Batuhan Kobra studying Information Management at University College London

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King's College London, Queen Mary University of London & Lancaster University

A further seven students are going on to 1994 Group universities. The 1994 Group consists of eleven research-intensive universities known for doing well in the league tables. These students are: -

Bolaji Adedeji studying Accountancy and Finance at Lancaster University
Eric Afriyie studying Business Management at Essex University
Iman Ahmed studying Pharmacy at East Anglia University
Sagal Ahmed studying International Management at SOAS
Grace Kimbondo studying Psychology at Goldsmiths
Mujibur Mejan and Matthew Bonsu studying Computing at Leicester University

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Mujibur Mejan and Matthew Bonsu studying Computing at Leicester University

 

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Essex University, East Anglia University & SOAS

Many other students are going off tom very good universities like University Arts London, Westminster, Kent, Oxford Brookes and Keele. The subjects being taken are wide and varied: from Music Technology to Biomedical Science, from Sports Therapy to Civil Engineering. There is an equally impressive geographical range with students going up to Cumbria and Hull and down to Surrey and Plymouth.

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Goldsmiths, Leicester University University & University Arts London

“This success is great news for the College”, says BSix’s Principal Ken Warman. ”It is testimony to the skill, commitment and hard work of both our staff and our students. Above all, it is brilliant news that BTECs are opening so many university doors for our students.”