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UCAS Applications and Exciting Offers for College II


With summer and A-Level Results celebrations feeling like a distant memory, it is almost time for a new cohort of soon-to-be Mount School graduates to embark on the university adventure. 

As Year 11 girls bury their heads in textbooks for the mock exams this week, College II pupils have already entered their UCAS applications well before the deadline on January 15th. A group of College II pupils have their offers firmly in place, while others are eagerly awaiting the results of Cambridge interviews. Some are busy preparing for medical and chemistry interviews, whilst others are celebrating successful interviews for places on child nursing degrees, and an acceptance to Norland College. 

Mount Sixth Form pupils have already received offers from top universities, including, Warwick, Kings College London, University of Leeds and Manchester and Loughborough University 

At The Mount School, our College II pupils are encouraged to submit their UCAS applications as early as possible to give them the best possible lead. All girls receive extensive support with their applications and personal statements. Guidance is highly personalised and tailored to each pupil. Previous pupils have gone on to study at a plethora of prestigious universities and organisations, ultimately achieving success in a variety of different inspiring professions. 

Last year The Mount saw graduates embark on courses in English at the University of Newcastle, Fine Art at University of the Arts London Geography at Loughborough University and degree apprenticeships in veterinary medicine amongst others, following triumphant exam results on results day 2022 

To continue to encourage and motivate current pupils to excel, The Mount School maintains close relationships with former students (Old Scholars) and regularly welcome them back into the school. Our Old Scholars talk to the girls about their experiences and offer invaluable advice and guidance on navigating their next academic steps. 

Recent guest speakers provided support for members of the Medical Society (MedSoc) here at School, chatting with them about their career prospects and what opportunities they recommend taking advantage of and how they can best prepare themselves for interviews.  

Visits from Old Scholars are always well received. The girls see themselves in the women who are advising them, and similarly, the former pupils can empathise with the impact of the decisions ahead, thus creating a unique and special bond that can only be achieved in a close-knit community like The Mount School.