University Destinations

We’re proud of our aim to support every girl’s educational journey so that they are able to leave Cobham Hall confident in their abilities, and ready to go to their destination of choice. For some, they may continue their learning through experience by taking a Gap Year to travel or undertake various service placements. Others will head to university. Cobham Hall girls have gone on to study at leading universities, including Oxford, Cambridge, UCL (University College London), Durham and Imperial College.  

In 2019, 46% of girls who opted for Higher Education went on to prestigious Russell Group Universities.

Here are some of our recent destinations and courses for Year 13 Leavers:

Destinations Course
London School of Economics and Political Science Finance
University of Oxford Music
University of Cambridge English
University of Warwick History
Philosophy, Politics and Economics
Kings College, London War Studies and History
International Relations
University of Exeter Geography
Psychology
History and Politics
University of Glasgow Biomedical Engineering
Imperial College, London Medicine
Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Music
University of Leeds International History and Politics
University of Arts, London Live Events and Television
Fine Art
Design, Media and Screen
Loughborough University Sports and Exercise Science
University of Edinburgh Sustainable Development
University of York History
University of Bath Psychology
Royal Holloway, University of London Psychology
International Business
Economics with Music
University of Cumbria Physiotherapy
University of East Anglia Politics, Philosophy and Economics
University of Essex Business Management
Biomedical Science
Bath Spa University Fashion Design
University of Reading Business and Management
University of Coventry Financial Economics
University of Dundee Medicine

Moving On

The following booklet was created by our Head of Upper School and a Sixth Form Tutor to support students on the next stage of their education. Full of advice and tips from Cobham Hall staff, the booklet was well received by both students and their parents.