Student success on A-level results day 2017
With the publication of this year’s A-level results, we are delighted to share some of the excellent achievements of students at our UK colleges.
There were exceptional results in Mathematics and Further Mathematics once again, with 100% pass rate and 79% of students achieving A*–B grades. Overall, 41% of Kings students achieved grades A*–A, rising to 60% for One-year A-level students — more than double the national average.
So far, students have received progression offers from top ranking universities including:
- Imperial College London
- University College London (UCL)
- University of St Andrews
- University of Warwick
- University of Surrey
- University of Southampton
- University of Manchester
Lee Qian Lin from Malaysia studied at Kings London, and is now heading to her first choice university UCL to study Medical Sciences and Engineering. She achieved outstanding grades of A* in Mathematics and Chemistry Adv, and A in Further Mathematics, Biology Adv and Chinese.
Kings Oxford student Tsui Ka Tung, from Hong Kong, also achieved top results of A* for Mathematics and Physics, and A for Chemistry and Chinese, and is going to the University of Southampton to study Aeronautics and Astronautics.
Kim Doyob from South Korea was at Kings Bournemouth and is now going to study Physics at Imperial College London, after achieving excellent grades of A* in Maths and Further Maths, and A in Physics.
The One-year A-level at Kings London is especially demanding so we are incredibly proud of our students who achieved great success:
Zhao Yuelin from China has achieved fantastic results of A* in Maths, A in Further Maths and Chinese, and B in Economics Adv. She has won a place at her first choice university, the University of Warwick, to study Maths and Statistics.
Saba Hajilou from Iran is progressing to the University of Manchester to study Mechanical Engineering with Industrial Experience after she also got excellent grades: A* in Maths, A in Physics Adv (Engineering) and B in Further Maths.
Congratulations to all our students for their hard work and achievements. We wish them the best of luck as they take their next steps!