Figures released by the Sixth Form Colleges Association show students from The Henley College are more likely to achieve a First Class degree than those who have attended other sixth form colleges or state sector 16-19 institutions.


81% of our students finish university with a 2:1 or better, with 29% achieving a First. This is around 1% higher than students from the state sector.

93% of our students who go to Russell Group universities receive a 2:1 or above, which is just under 2% higher than the Independent Sector, with 30% of those students achieving a First.

Satwant Deol, Principal of The Henley College, has welcomed the figures. “We know The Henley College is a great place to learn,” she said. “We are very proud of our academic achievements and the way students develop through the many enrichment opportunities they have at college.  These figures show how the excellent grounding we offer can really help our students to achieve when they get to university.”

The figures released by Sixth Form Colleges Association relate to degree classifications obtained by students at UK universities in the 2017/18 academic year.

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