A GROUP of four students from Bromsgrove School’s upper sixth-form have landed themselves prestigious scholarships in North American and Canadian universities.
Eleanor Ball who is an IB Diploma student has been given an International Leaders of Tomorrow Scholarship for a full four-year all-inclusive scholarship at the University of British Columbia, in Canada.
A-level pupil Connie E has also been offered a place on the university honours program in International affairs in the College of Social Sciences and Humanities.
And, in recognition of her exceptional scholastic and personal achievements, she has also been offered a place on the university scholars programme for a full four-year academic scholarship at Northeastern University, in Boston.
Theodore Wiklund who is also an IB Diploma student, has been admitted to the University of Kansas Honours Program. He has received three four-year scholarships.
A-level student Declan McManus on the other hand will be jetting off to Tennessee for a four-year degree in Business Administration at Belmont University.
Fran Bateman, the school’s head of international university applications, said: “Bromsgrove School is absolutely delighted the significant talents of these Bromsgrovians have been recognised and rewarded by such incredibly competitive university scholarships.
“Last year we saw two talented leavers rewarded with similar scholarships and we hope to see many more talented Bromsgrovians follow in all of their footsteps.”