Sean and Michael

Twin brother, Sean and Michael achieved outstanding A-Level results with seven A* grades between them.

Sean achieved four A*s in Chemistry, Maths, Further Maths and Physics and Michael got three A*s in Maths, Further Maths and Physics.

The boys were ecstatic with their results and are excited to start their university courses at two top Russell Group institutions in September. Sean will be studying Physics at The University of Manchester and Michael will be studying Engineering at  Durham University.

Sean and Michael said

“Our time at the Life Sciences UTC has been amazing. The teachers are so inspiring and helpful and really push you to do your best. The experience you receive here is not like anywhere else, and you learn first-hand experience which puts you in the best possible position when applying to university”

Reece – Medicine at Exeter University

Reece accepted his place at Exeter University to study Medicine after achieving straight A’s in Biology, Chemistry, Psychology and Maths. Medicine was something Reece had dreamt about doing since joining the UTC.

He said:

“The UTC has been a great experience, all of the staff here are very helpful and will push you to achieve the best you can.”

Lauren – Theoretical Physics at Durham University

Lauren received three A*’s in Physics, Maths and Further Maths and accepted her place at Durham University to study Theorectical Physics.

She said:

“The UTC has been amazing, it has really pushed me to achieve and without the help and support here, I don’t think I would have been as successful.”

Charley – Children’s Nursing at Edge Hill

Charley achieved DDD* in here Health and Social BTEC and was successful in gaining a place at Edge Hill University.

Charley said:

“I am so happy to have been accepted on to the course I have always wanted to go on. The UTC has been amazing and has really helped me get where I am”.

Joyce – Biomedical Science – Nottingham Trent

Joyce received great results in her Applied Science BTEC and has successfully gained a place studying Biomedical Science in Nottingham Trent.

When asked about her time at the UTC she said

“I have thoroughly enjoyed the UTC. I undertook several placements which has helped me gain a lot more practical skills as well as academic skills which will enable me to go onto my course with both. The labs at the UTC are so advanced, you certainly wouldn’t have the same experience at any other school!.”

Fatima and Eglal

Friends Fatima and Eglal were both successful in gaining the university places they both wanted.

Fatima (left) gained a place at University of Liverpool to study Orthoptics whilst Eglal (right) accepted her place on a Criminology course at Liverpool John Moores University.

Eglal said

“I have found the UTC really good. I would like to say thank you to the teachers, for believing in me when I didn’t believe in myself and giving me a chance”