Moir Students Win Places at Top Universities
Congratulations to all our students who have been offered places at their chosen universities for next academic year.
Gwang Hoon Lee has accepted a conditional offer from Oxford University to read Materials Science at Queen’s College, one of the most prestigious colleges at the university. Five other students have also accepted places or conditional offers from top UK universities, including our Captain of School, Zainab Adamaly, who is planning to read Economics at Bristol University and Khyla Muzni who will study Biomedicine at Queen Mary, University of London.
Australia proved a popular destination for last year’s graduating class with six students having started courses there in January. This includes Manoj Thogesan, who is studying Medicine at the University of New South Wales and Pravan Mathew and Maduni Wickramasinghe, who are both at the University of Melbourne, reading Biomechanics and Biomedicine respectively. Melbourne is rated the top university in Australia by The Times Higher Education Rankings and 34th in the world, the 5th highest outside the UK and USA.
We continue to enjoy an excellent record of successful applications to New York University in Abu Dhabi, one of the most competitive universities in the world to gain admission to. Next year, two of our students – Sahan Thampoe and Amber Nomani – will be starting courses there, both on full scholarships. Lishan Manawadu has also been offered a place with an entrance scholarship at the University of Hong Kong, the 2nd highest ranked university in Asia and 26th in the world according to the QS World University Rankings.<< Back