Results & Destinations

2016 A Level Results 

MPW continues to achieve outstanding results at A level

MPW has a highly consistent record of exam results over many years and across all three of our colleges. Our A Level results for 2016 show this continuing success:

 2015-2016 London Birmingham Cambridge
Grades A*/A 37% 37% 40%
Grades A*-B 68% 68% 67%

Once again the most commonly achieved result across the whole of MPW is A*/A

37% of exams taken at MPW resulted in grade A*/A (against the national average of 26%)
68% of exams taken at MPW resulted in grades A*-B (against the national average of 53%)

 

University Destinations

MPW’s students consistently achieve incredible success and our 2015 graduates are no different. After another truly successful year the majority of our students have progressed to the UK’s top Russell Group institutions to study a wide variety of courses. Our individual approach to academic life including regular assessments and one-to-one tuition ensures that our students are equipped with the study skills and self-belief needed to achieve their maximum potential and secure the best possible grades. Our tutors have a wealth of experience from a wide variety of academic and professional backgrounds and combined with our suite of Trotman Guides, MPW students are in the best possible place for expert university entrance advice.

Russell Group Placements

MPW works closely with selected international agents and attends events overseas in order to accept a small number of international students.

  • 79% of these students were accepted into the prestigious Russell Group universities or the University of London in 2014/2015

Specialist Placements

MPW has an excellent record in placing students on specialist courses, including Medicine and Dentistry. In 2014/2015, a total of

  • 34 MPW students went on to study medical degree programmes and
  • 9 students gained Oxbridge places

University of the Arts London Placements

For the 11th consecutive year, 100% of the international applicants for the University of the Arts London (including Central St Martins, Chelsea College and London College of Fashion) were offered places.