11 KGS Students Receive Offers for Medical and Veterinary School
Kingston Grammar School is proud to announce that eleven students from the Upper Sixth have been made conditional offers for medical and veterinary school this year. They represent 10% of the year group cohort, the highest proportion receiving such offers in recent years.
The up-and-coming medics and vets have received a sum total of 26 offers from the following medical schools: Oxford, Exeter, Edinburgh (3), Brighton & Sussex, Birmingham (2), St George’s (2), Bristol, Manchester, Glasgow (3), Southampton, King’s College London (2), Queen Mary London (2), University College London, Imperial, Sheffield and Nottingham. Offers have also been received from Surrey and Nottingham Veterinary Schools.
The students holding offers are Kate Jarvis, Tomos Morgan, Rebecca Holt, Thomas Sweeney, James Adshead, Anya Aziz, Joe Rona, Will Garside, Will Holman, Hakeem Shittu and Kate Scott-Taylor.
Anthony Fitzgerald, KGS Director of Careers & Universities commented, “It is a real achievement to be called to interview or even to achieve one offer for Medicine or Veterinary Medicine, however many of our students have generated multiple offers with several achieving the maximum four offers from the medical schools that they applied to, we are proud of their successes.”
Head Master Stephen Lehec added: “These medical and veterinary school offers are testimony to the hard work, determination and caring nature of our students.We are of course very proud of them all and wish them every success in the future.”