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University Destinations

Seven out of every ten pupils achieve their first choice university

More than 90 per cent of leavers go on to university, while others might opt for an art foundation course or drama college, and some might go directly into a business apprenticeship. Seventy per cent of pupils achieve their first choice university, typically within the Russell Group. Fifteen students have gone to Oxbridge over the past three years.

The College’s care for pupils extends well beyond UCAS applications and acceptance by universities; in addition to the help given to the Upper Sixth, some 20 former pupils every year are also given guidance or higher education and other options.

University Destinations for 2019

University Destinations for 2018

University Destinations for 2017

University Destinations for 2016

Old Eastbournians

Eastbourne College is proud of its reputation for preparing pupils for life. 

Old Eastbournians leave the College as confident young people equipped with the requisite values, skills and qualifications to embark on the next phase of their lives. Whilst most enter higher education, some choose alternative routes to their chosen careers.

Abigail East

Alice Lowden

Andrew Chapman

Anna Verghese

Charlotte Yates

Chloe Cook

Maria Henty

Sam Brooks

Ben Deery

1998 – 2003 Powell

Sophie Millns

2007 – 2012 Nugent

Chris Cheng

2001-2006 Gonville

Giles Colcough

2002 – 2007 Craig

Harry Finch

2011 – 2013 Craig

James Crook

2002 – 2007 Craig

Maddie Eckert

2002 – 2007 School

Millie Maidens

2006 – 2010 Blackwater and Nugent

Rebecca Meade

2007 – 2011 Blackwater

Will Kunhardt

2002 – 2007 Craig

Tiffany Watson

2009 – 2014 School

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