University applications which stand out
Top universities ask for more than great grades from prospective students. Our teachers are experts in helping our students to build competitive university applications by encouraging them to explore their interests and hobbies beyond the classroom. From the lower school years through to Year 12 and 13, our teachers proactively encourage students to pursue extra-curricular activities which will make all of the difference when it comes to applying for university.
A large number of our students apply to the most prestigious universities in the world. We help them with their applications and getting them ready for interviews.
Ms Ana Rosales, University Guidance Counsellor / Spanish Teacher
Inspiring international experiences
Our teachers have not only attended universities around the world, many have also taught in a variety of international schools. Collectively, they have experience of application systems and subject criteria for universities in many different countries, including significant experience in the UK.
Being part of the Nord Anglia family also means your child has the opportunity to be connected with other teachers within our global network. With 73 schools in 30 countries around the world, we have an extensive community of teachers and university counsellors who can explain the university application systems in their country and give students a real feel for what university is like there.
My son got to choose which University he wanted from a list of acceptances and offers.
Rose Gamito, Parent of Year 13 / IBDP Graduate, class of 2019.
Guiding your child to apply and secure a place at a university in which they will thrive is our priority. Read our blog on how our university counsellor supports our students to find out more about university support and guidance at Regents.
Sixth Form /IB