The vast majority of ALP students achieve a place at their first choice university and many go on to study at some of the most prestigious universities in the country.

Here is a sample of leaver destinations from across the partnership which shows the breadth of subjects and destinations in 2016.

University of Bournemouth (Accounting and Finance)

University of Loughborough (Commercial Management and Quantity Surveying)

University of Cambridge (English Literature)

University of Exeter (Medical Sciences)

University of Nottingham (Economics)

University of Southampton (History and Archaeology)

University of Brighton (Law with Business)

University of West London (Musical Theatre with Foundation)

University of Nottingham (Banking and Finance)

University of Liverpool (Dentistry)

Sheffield Hallam University (Public Relations)

University of Birmingham (English and Classical Literature)

University of Manchester (Sociology and Criminology)

University of Liverpool (Law)

University of Leeds (Geography)

University of Brighton (Fashion Merchandise Management)

Kings College (Religion, Philosophy and Ethics)

Nottingham Trent (Law)

Warwick (French and Italian Studies - including a year abroad)

University of Brighton (Media)

Queen Mary (Medical Genetics)

University of Nottingham (Mathematics)

University of Exeter (History)

Cambridge (Geography)

Bournemouth (Computer Visualisation and Animation)

Bournemouth (Accounting and Finance)

Brighton (Politics)

Cambridge (Natural Sciences)

Brighton (Journalism)

Bristol (Physics with Industrial Experience)

Bournemouth (Marketing Communications)

Brunel (Biomedical Sciences)

Coventry (International Business Management)

Durham (Law)

Durham (Natural Sciences)

Kings College London (English)

Leeds (Medicine)

Nottingham (International Media and Communications Studies)

Liverpool (Chemistry)

Loughborough (Sport and Exercise Science)

Manchester (Social Anthropology and Sociology)

Bristol (Theatre and Performance Studies)

Warwick (Biological Sciences)

Manchester Metropolitan (Advertising and Brand Management - with placement)

Nottingham (Chemistry with an International Study Year)

Bournemouth (English)

Oxford Brookes (Business Management/International Relations)

Queen Mary (Medicine)

Southampton Solent (Fashion Photography)

Warwick (Mathematics)

Royal Veterinary College (Veterinary Medicine)

Loreto College
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St Albans Girls' School
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Samuel Ryder Academy
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Marlborough Science Academy
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Townsend C. of E. School
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The Prospectus


Our Prospectus includes a general introduction to Sixth Form along with pages that outline the range of courses available across the Alban Learning Partners consortium.