Westminster Kingsway College Results Day 2011
19 August 2011
Hundreds of Westminster Kingsway College learners received their A-Level and BTEC results today.
Many young people from the College, who either studied A-Levels or vocational courses such as BTECs, will be moving on to top-rated universities across the country having successfully completed their two-year courses.
The College provided Advice Stations throughout the King’s Cross Centre, where an expert team of Learner Consultants and Careers Advisors were available to guide learners through the Clearing process if needed and help them take the next step.
Kim Caplin, Vice Principal 14-19 Pathways at Westminster Kingsway College, said: “Learners at the College have achieved some excellent results and secured places at good universities, either as a first choice or through Clearing. They are now ready to move on to the next exciting phase in their lives knowing that they have the skills and qualifications they need to get ahead. On behalf of the whole Centre here at Westminster Kingsway College, we wish them all the best in the future.”
Mohammed Mahbub Rahman
A-Level Business Studies, Accounting and Economics
Camden resident Mohammed Mahbub Rahman celebrated great results at Westminster Kingsway College today, having achieved A* in Business Studies, an A in Accounting and a B in Economics and gained a place at the University of Westminster to study for a BA (Hons) Degree in Accounting and Management.
Mohammed said: “I’m so pleased with my results. It just goes to show I made the right choice when I enrolled at Westminster Kingsway College. It offers loads of subjects and was really easy to get to by bus. I was even able to walk to College most days. My family were also a big factor in my decision as they all studied here too.
“I love the new King’s Cross Centre; it is such a huge improvement on the old building. I think it enables you to experience studying in great surroundings and interact with people from all ages and backgrounds; it’s something that you won’t forget. This was my first step towards university and it has been amazing.”
A-Level Intensive English, Politics, Sociology and History
Having achieved three As and a B grade from two years of A-Level Intensives at Westminster Kingsway College, Amy Thomas, a 22 year old student from Bow in London, has secured her place at Cambridge University to study a BA (Hons) Degree in Politics, Psychology and Sociology. After university, Amy would like to pursue a career in journalism.
Amy said: “I was drawn to Westminster Kingsway College because they offered more A-Level intensive subjects than any other colleges in London. I also felt that the modules and teaching made
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