Destinations for our 2018 leavers include many of the top universities in the UK and further afield. Anya Sochacka will study Human Sciences at Oxford University. Hannah Griggs secured a prestigious
sports scholarship at the University of North Carolina, while Isiah Horner has been offered a sports scholarship at the University of Kent. Charlotte Letley has been awarded a ‘Bright Sparks Scholarship’
to study Medicine at UEA. Elena Bandel will study International Management at the University of Koblenz. Joseph Hearnden will study Land Management at the Royal Agricultural University.
The success of Kent College students means they will access courses across a wide range of subjects, including: specialist Music, Drama and Art courses, Architecture, Law, Economics, Sports Science and
Physiotherapy, Mathematics, Business, Psychology, Politics, English Literature, Product Design, Pharmacy, Environmental Science, Chemistry, Biology and Media.