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Leavers' Destinations

Future Prospects

At LWC we provide an excellent education to all our pupils, many of our pupils move on to highly successful careers and excellent universities. Our students go into a huge variety of different fields and thanks to our excellent Careers Guidance and Support every student receives help and advice on what to do after college. LWC leavers have excellent university prospects, with our Academic Enrichment and Character Education schemes ensuring that all pupils leave the college as well prepared for the outside world as possible.


Many opportunities are provided for students to prepare for university - including a wide variety of events, speeches and 1 to 1 discussions with a personal tutor. The college offers help to students at every step of the application process - meaning that everyone gets the best chance at getting in to the university of their choice.

Becoming a Sternian

Leaving the college doesn't mean that ex-pupils will never see each other again. The Sternian Association consists of former pupils of Lord Wandsworth College. The association is named after the founder of the college: Sydney Stern. The Sternian's organise events, meetups and distributes their own magazine to members. Any past or present member of the college can join the Friends of LWC group as well.

In recent years pupils from the College have gained places at the following universities and higher education institutes:

Aberdeen, Aberystwyth, Bath, Birmingham, Birmingham College of Food, Bournemouth, Bradford, Brighton, Bristol, Brunel, Camberwell Art College, Cambridge, Cardiff, Central School of Speech & Drama, Central School of Art, Cheltenham & Gloucester, City, Coventry, De Montfort, Durham, East Anglia, Exeter, Falmouth Art College, Farnham Art College, Harper Adams, Hull, Imperial, Keele, King's College, Kingston, Leeds, Leicester, Liverpool, London, London School of Economics, Loughborough, Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan, Newcastle, Northampton, Northumbria, Nottingham, Nottingham Trent, Oxford, Oxford Brookes, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Reading, Roehampton, Rose Bruford, Royal Agricultural College, Royal Holloway, St Andrews, St Mark & St John, Sheffield, Southampton, Surrey, Sussex, Swansea, University College London, Warwick, West of England, Westminster, Wimbledon College of Art, York.

The subjects which they have gone on to study at these institutions include:

Adventure Recreation, Aeronautical Engineering, Agriculture, Air Transport Management, American Studies, American Theatre Arts, Ancient History, Anthropology, Archaeology, Architecture, Art, Automotive Engineering, Biochemistry, Biological Science, Biomedical Science, Business Studies/Management, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Classical Civilisation, Computer Animation & Special Effects, Computer Science/IT, Construction Engineering, Culinary Arts, Dentistry, Drama, Economics, English, Environmental Science, European & International Studies, Film & Drama Production, Finance & Accounting, Fisheries Science, French, Geography, Hispanic Studies, History, History of Art, Horticulture, Industrial Design, Information Management Systems/Science, International Business/Politics, Journalism, Law, Leisure Management, Linguistics, Management, Marketing, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Medicine, Microbiology, Music, Music Engineering, Nursing, Pharmacology, Philosophy, Physical Education, Physics, Physiotherapy, Politics, Psychology, Public Relations, Real Estate Management, Sociology, Spanish, Sports Science, Theatre Studies/Practice, Theology, Tourism, Veterinary Nursing/Science, Visual Arts.