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Chinese boarding pupils aiming high ahead of University

Chinese boarding pupils aiming high ahead of University

Chinese boarding pupils at Rydal Penrhos are looking to continue their education at highly-respected further education establishments across the country thanks to their outstanding academic progress.

Linda Wang has been offered a conditional place at the University of Oxford after impressing officials during the application process, and she will take her place at the prestigious further education establishment providing the 17-year-old’s examination results this summer meet the necessary criteria.

Fellow pupil Emily Li has set her sights on a place at the London School of Economics after recently completing her International Baccalaureate exams, and she has made a huge impression on a variety of different areas of school life since joining in 2016.

She also started her own business earlier this year, after creating an online platform for overseas students thinking of studying in either the United Kingdom or the United States of America, which enables them to find out more about what to expect and offers guidance in a number of areas in order to achieve their goal.

The charismatic Geoffrey Fu is aiming to study Mechanical Engineering at either the University of Manchester of John Moores University in Liverpool, while Kelvin Cheung is aiming to earn a place at the University of Birmingham to study Engineering.

Vivia Li has targeted a place at either the University of Warwick or Manchester University where she plans to study Mathematics, with the ambitious Eric Zhao looking to study Economics at the University of Bristol or British Columbia in Canada.

Each boarding pupil at Rydal Penrhos is afforded every opportunity to fully immerse themselves in school life to give them the best chance possible of succeeding academically and gaining more valuable experiences in co-curricular activities.

This includes a thorough Weekend Activities programme and the Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme, while staff are on hand constantly to provide support and guidance regarding any matter related to their learning.

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