- The secret of the success of Cardiff College
- Creative Courses
- TOP-5 according to A-Level estimates for 2014:
A small preparatory college again took the top line of the annual British ratings of the best schools based on A-Level results. In the UK, the top colleges with the highest scores - A and A * scores - were published.
Top rankings in these rankings are most often occupied by schools with a long history, but the relatively young Cardiff Sixth Form College in the last TOP-10 schools again Leader with almost 95% of successful graduates.
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In 2013, the level of achievement of students was 93%. Such successes are especially impressive, since a significant part of the college's students are not British, but foreign students. In the educational institution, children entered the preparatory course before the university.
The secret of the success of Cardiff College
As experts from the Council of Independent Schools of Britain say, the high achievements of foreign students are based on an integrated approach to the formation of loads. At Cardiff College, the main focus of educators is on developing the creative component of each student's personality. Extra-curricular work and classes in thematic clubs are held every day, guaranteeing a comprehensive outlook and interest in academic courses.
It's no secret that leading British universities are recruiting students based on assessments and high motivation in building a further career. Cardiff not only provides the basic subject knowledge, but also creates conditions for self-development.
As the College's instructor Scott Wolfe notes, future students can pass a good practice here, practicing in debating clubs, creating information publications or playing in a musical group. The college does not prepare excellent students, it prepares talented students who are capable of critical analysis.
The main advantage of Cardiff College is the separate courses for admission to Oxford and Cambridge.
A recent entry into one of the private school associations allowed the college to participate in all ratings of educational institutions ("Guardian" and "Telegraph") and provide data on the success of examinations to the Council of Independent Schools.
TOP-5 according to A-Level estimates for 2014:
1.Cardiff Sixth Form College - 94.71%[999.34 ] 2. Wycombe Abbey School - 90.88%
3. King's College School - 86.91%
4. Magdalen College School - 86.59%
5. North London Collegiate School - 86.22%