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University & Progression

One of the strengths of OSA Sixth Form is that we know each and every student inside out. This means that we can personalise our support and advice about post 18 pathways. Mrs Manley is able to meet with students who need some guidance about plans beyond school, for more information click here:

Students receive regular input about possible pathways during form time and The Edge sessions. Some of our students want to gain an apprenticeship or paid employment and we do our best, with Mrs Manley, to support their applications.

Most of our students however,  go onto further education or take up football scholarships – In 2018 our students went to:

  • University of Bedfordshire, Health, Nutrition & Exercise
  • University of Birmingham, Theoretical Physics
  • Bournemouth University, Computing
  • University of Brighton, Finance & Investment
  • University of Brighton, Physical Education
  • Canterbury Christ Church University, Archaeology
  • University of Derby, Sports Therapy & Rehabilitation
  • University of Leeds, History
  • University of Lincoln, Interior Architecture & Design

  • University of Lincoln, Maths
  • University of Lincoln, Sports Management
  • Loughborough University, Construction Engineering Management
  • University of Manchester, Physics with Theoretical Physics
  • Nottingham Trent University, Sport & Exercise Science
  • Nottingham Trent University, Youth Justice
  • University of Oxford, Law
  • Pearson College London, The Art of Computer Animation (Escape Studios)
  • Southampton Solent University, Football Studies
  • University Campus of Football Business, Wembley, Football Business with Marketing
  • University of Warwick, Law & Business Studies
  • USA: Davis & Elkins College, West Virginia, Sports Management
  • USA: Garden City Community College, Kansas, Sports Management
  • USA: Laramie County Community College, Wyoming, Sports Science & Coaching

For students applying to UK universities, it is done through UCAS. Below are useful guides produced by UCAS to help students and parents/carers through the process of applying for, and accepting a university place.