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Sixth Form at The British School of Tashkent

At BST, the most intellectually and socially satisfying time of a student's school journey is Sixth Form. Our students choose from a range of inspiring subjects that drive their passion and advance them towards world-leading universities and international careers.

Our senior students study the AS and A Level programme, a highly-regarded global qualification recognised at the world’s top universities.

Outstanding Academic Results

Our 2021 students achieved a 95.6% pass rate for A Level and 96.6% pass rate for AS Levels - well above the UK average. 


  • UK average for A Level A* - A = 44.8%
  • BST A Level A* - A = 52.9%
  • UK average for AS A* - A = 35.9%
  • BST AS A* - A = 66.7%
Our goal is for all our students to enter their first-choice university.

In the past, our students have chosen University College London (UK), SciencePo (France), University of Bristol (UK), University of Cardiff (UK)), University of Manchester (UK) and University of Leeds (UK). The right qualification and a stand-out university application are two important elements on the journey to university, but equally as important is our role in educating students about where to study, and what to expect.

The whole world will open up for your child

All our students have the opportunity to collaborate with peers from more than 30 countries in 76 sister schools, and build relationships with other like-minded students and experts in their fields. Sixth Form students also benefit from our unique collaborations with Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), The Juilliard School and UNICEF. Our graduates always have high aspirations, and with A Level qualifications being recognised all over the world, our students apply to top universities in the country of their choice.

Hear from our student Dono about her A-Level journey – the key to the world’s top universities. 

Meet our Alumni - Bekhruz Suleymanov, 19


  1. Where are you from?

Tashkent, Uzbekistan

  1. What are you studying and where?

BSc Computer Science at University of Manchester, UK

  1. What influenced and inspired you?

Coding combines the satisfaction you get when you solve a mathematical problem, and a joy you get from creation.

  1. What are you passionate about?

This is the question you should really ask me in my second year. For now I think I’ll specialize in Software Engineering.

  1. What led you to choose that university/city/country?

University of Manchester is huge and modern, ranked highest in UK for many subjects including Computer Science after Cambridge and Oxford. The amount of citations the university produces is huge and hence I was expecting very rigorous and intense education. I would say present students should not really think about the cities, because if the university you choose has 10 000 + students then definitely you’ll get all the parties and stuff. Yet, if you choose a top university I don’t think you’ll have the time for it lol.

  1. What are your plans for the future?

Get an amazing job, work abroad then start my own business in Tashkent. May seem pretty cliched but this is what I want to do.

  1. How did BST help you?

I would say the statistics course I took helps me in data analysis. That’s pretty much it, as the Maths I use here is very different from the Maths I did in school… oh yes proof by induction, literally life saver.

  1. What’s your favourite memory from BST?

Mr Krige. Absolutely love the dude. Also my friends. In my opinion the friends I’ve made at BST are the ones that will last for life.

  1. What advice would you give to current BST students?

Don’t worry too much about your social circle and friendship. You’ll be able to find friends anywhere in the world. Top university’s don’t really expect you to do anything other than study. So if you are thinking of starting a business whilst at university – think again.

  1. Lifelong connections are……?

Mikhail Yagudaev – my mate.

Meet our Alumni - Mikhail Yagudaev, 19


  1. Where are you from?


  1. What are you studying and where?

Computer Science, Reichman University, Israel.

  1. What influenced and inspired you?

Props to Mr Jeyhun (Head of Science and Physics Teacher) for inspiring me to become an engineer and invent new things.

  1. What are you passionate about?

Coding. Especially, when you look at your code for 4 hours trying to figure out what you did wrong and notice an absent colon.

  1. What led you to choose that university/city/country?

Israel being the start-up nation in high tech and one of the leading countries in innovations and new technologies led to my decision for studying here.

  1. What are your plans for the future?

To pass calculus 2 and move on.

  1. How did BST help you?

BST helped me to realize that focusing on studies during COVID-19 increases your grades😂

  1. What’s your favourite memory from BST?

Arguing the uselessness of a math chapters with Mr Krige (Head of Sixth Form and Mathematics Teacher) and building bottle rockets with Mr Jeyhun.

  1. What are you most proud of?

Going from failing the first physics unit to obtaining the maximum grade.

  1. What are you most thankful for?

My parents pushing me forward.

  1. What advice would you give to current BST students?

Don’t take Further Maths😂

  1. Lifelong connections are……?

Bekhruz Suleymanov - the guy who is going to be one below me on the Forbes list😂

"Our sixth formers grow into the sort of confident young people that universities and employers desire: those with the organisational and social skills to enrich their environment, and to emerge with the confidence and ability to hold and present themselves wherever they go.” Mr. Jacques Krige
What A Level subject options do you offer?

Our students can select from a wide range of subjects, to meet their interests and strengths: Art, Biology, Business, Chemistry, English Literature, Geography, History, Mathematics, Computer Science, Physics and Russian.

University destinations

In 2021, our students were offered places at:

  • The University of Birmingham, Dubai, UAE.
  • The University of Bristol, UK.
  • The University of Cardiff, Wales, UK.
  • IDC Herzliya University in Tel Aviv, Israel.
  • The University of Leeds, UK.
  • The University of Manchester, UK.
  • Ozyegin University, Istanbul, Turkey.
  • Science Po, Paris, France.
  • University of Stirling, Scotland, UK.
  • University of Twente, Netherlands.
  • University College London, UK.
Careers Guidance

Throughout secondary school and Sixth Form, students receive comprehensive support in careers, university applications and preparation for life beyond school to ensure they leave us as capable young people, who lead successful international lives.
We have close links with top universities, and our dedicated Head of Sixth Form, Mr Jacques Krige and our form tutors provides students with support and guidance in their field of interest. We have close connections with universities, enabling our students to explore university and career options through virtual visits from universities. The Sixth Form team also provide, individual meetings with students and offer parents information evenings and one-on-one meetings.
Mr Jacques Krige offers students all the information they require to apply to university, helps with mock interviews and writing personal statement. Due to Covid19 pupils also attend university and careers fairs virtually, and the school hosts Admissions Officers from universities in the UK, USA, Europe and Australia.

Support With University Applications

University Applications: All students will receive one-to-one support in completing their university applications and writing their personal statements. We believe this personalised service gives all of our students the best possible chance of obtaining offers at top universities around the world. 

One-to-One Discussions: Parents and students are always welcome to contact the Head of Sixth Form to arrange a one-to-one appointment to discuss any individual concerns or questions regarding the AS/A Level Programmes.     

University Application Progression Overview:

Year 12:

  • Register and complete IELTS and SAT/ACT (External Recommended)
  • Attend university presentations and careers fair
  • Attend 1:1 career meetings
  • Preparation for medical/dental/veterinary courses
  • Preparation for subject admissions tests
  • Interview practice
  • Start personal statements/essays for university applications.

Year 13

  • Apply to university
  • Sit admissions tests (BMAT, UKCAT, LNAT etc)
  • Attend interviews
  • Respond to offers
  • Apply for scholarships
  • Prepare and plan accommodation and visas.
The BST Advantage

We focus on the whole student experience and not just grades, through our Advantage Programme. This takes the form of leadership, community service and social awareness activities, which enable our students to develop confidence, emotional maturity, independence, responsibility and resilience. Students learn to take risks and develop interpersonal skills while serving the school community and the wider community in Uzbekistan. These experiences turn them into well rounded, confident, young adults allowing them to become valued global citizens that can contribute positively to any situation they find themselves in. 

We’re proud of our alumni, and what they’ve gone on to achieve after their time with us. 

Contact our Admissions team and start your Sixth Form journey

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  • Our son was welcomed warmly, and the atmosphere of the school has been very nurturing and supportive while also encouraging a high standard of learning.
    Thomas Kring, Parent