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A number of Budehaven sixth form students have begun their preparation for university life by enrolling on The University of Exeter Scholars scheme. Students participate in a range of activities and opportunities, providing an insight into university as well as a subject specific experience. Each Exeter Scholars pathway consists of its own unique programme, students spend time in lectures, talk to current undergraduates and learn about how to become an academic.
Jackson Ward is a keen scientist and has taken part on the Medicine programme. Megan West has selected Economics; Connor Ravenscroft has chosen Theology and Robert Clarke-Feltham has picked Geology and Mining. Matt Cleave a student in Year 13, spent time on the same course and he now has offers at Exeter.
Lyle Coles is a talented mathematician and has spent time over the year working at Exeter’s Mathematic Faculty. Ned Gleed is one of our keen scientists and he has opted for Physics. Last year, many Year 13s followed the initiative and are now reaping the rewards of good conditional offers from Exeter, a Russell Group University. Emily Skipp and James Wheeler spent time in the Business Department and Evie Skipp went to read Theology.
Budehaven Sixth form prepares students well for university. Last year, 80% went to university, many of those to Russell Groups universities. This year, 76 students have applied and are working diligently to ensure they meet their Firm offers.
Budehaven Students and their areas of study:
Jackson ward – Medicine
Megan West – Economics, Management, and Finance
Connor Ravenscroft – Theology
Robert Clarke-Feltham – Geology and Mining
Lyle Coles – Mathematics
Ned Gleed – Physics
Matt Cleave – Geology
James Wheeler – Business
Evie Skipp – Theology