New Interactive Tool Shows Which Schools Get Most Oxbridge Offers

By 10th December 2021Which Boarding School
Mount Kelly

A new interactive tool developed by The Telegraph will equip parents with information on Oxbridge admissions. The tool looks at secondary schools in the UK and the number of students going on to Oxbridge after A-levels and details which schools get the most Oxbridge offers.

This will be a useful aid for any student (and their parents) who are considering applying for undergraduate courses at Cambridge or Oxford. The interactive tool allows you to search by postcode, school or Oxbridge college to get a breakdown of university admissions.

We feel that any guidance and information that equip parents and students to make the right decisions for their choice of school or university are to be welcomed.  According to The Telegraph, this data is rarely published so any attempt at making school data more transparent will surely be applauded by parents.

The Telegraph found the following schools at the top of its list:

School Location
Westminster School Inner London
Eton College Berkshire
St Paul’s School, London Outer London
St Paul’s Girls’ School Inner London
The Perse School Cambridgeshire
Magdalen College School, Oxford Oxfordshire
King’s College School Outer London
Brighton College East Sussex
Sevenoaks School Kent
City of London School Inner London
Winchester College Hampshire
Wycombe Abbey School, High Wycombe Buckinghamshire
Hampton School Outer London
Manchester Grammar School Greater Manchester
North London Collegiate School Outer London
Highgate School Inner London
Dulwich College Inner London
Alleyn’s School, Dulwich Inner London
Royal Grammar School Guildford Surrey

Courtesy of The Telegraph newspaper, November 2021

To find out more about this interactive tool from The Telegraph, click here. Also, please do speak with one of our consultants to find out more about school performance and academic track records of boarding schools in the UK. Call us on 01702 588225 or fill in our enquiry form.