Destination of Leavers 2015-2016

 

Below is a list of the degrees and universities our most recent leavers will be going into for you to get an idea of where Albyn can take your child:

 

Destination Course
University of Aberdeen Chemical Engineering
Geology and Petroleum Geology (2017 entry)
Human Embryology and Developmental Biology
Law with French Law
Law with English Law
Law
Mechanical Engineering
University of Bristol Aerospace Engineering
Bristol Old Vic Professional Stage Management
University of Dundee Art and Design (General Foundation)
Medicine (2)
University of Edinburgh Artificial Intelligence
Business with Marketing
Chemical Engineering (2)
Economics and Mathematics
Geography and Social Anthropology (2017 entry)
History
International Business with French
International Business
Law
Mechanical Engineering
Medicinal and Biological Chemistry
Primary Education with History
Edinburgh Napier University Business Management (2)
Business Management with Human Resource Management
Law
Marketing Management
University of Glasgow Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Law
Politics
Veterinary Medicine
Zoology (2017 entry)
Heriot-Watt University Applied Languages & Translating: French/German
Business Management (2)
Fashion
Newcastle University Accounting and Finance
Modern Languages and Business Studies
University of Northumbria Business with Financial Management
Robert Gordon University Biomedical Science
Management
Mechanical and Electrical Engineering
Pharmacy
University of St Andrews Computer Science
French and Russian and Spanish
Medicine
University of Stirling Psychology
University of Strathclyde Architecture
Law
Pharmacy
Product Design Engineering
University of York Biology
Gap Year (2) Reapplying for 2017 entry (vet and music)

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- Dr Long, Headmaster