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Studying Overseas after Lancing
A dedicated team and a programme of events are available at Lancing College to support pupils who wish to consider continuing their undergraduate studies outside the UK. The programme has been very popular, with two...
Preparing for a Bright Future
In November the College held its largest careers event to date, with a line-up of over 16 speakers representing a wide range of different career options. The workshops covered the varied types of role within...
Lancing College A Level Results 2018
In the first year of the reformed – and more challenging – vast majority of A Level subjects, Lancing College is delighted to report another very strong round of results: 55% of all examinations at...
Higher Education Preparation Programme
Planning university applications starts in the Lower Sixth, when students start working with tutors and the specialist UCAS team headed by Dr Mark Walsh, Head of Higher Education Applications. This term, as part of the...
Students explore opportunities at UCAS Fair
At the beginning of March our Lower Sixth pupils attended the UCAS fair at Brighton Centre. One of UCAS’ largest events with over 130 university representatives, employers and gap year specialists, the fair was a...
Lancing's annual Careers Fair
On 11 November, the Fifth Form , new Lower Sixth pupils , and parents came together to take part in the annual Lancing Careers Fair . The Saturday morning session has become increasingly popular, building...
Lancing College A Level Results 2017
Lancing College pupils have sustained a good A Level performance in 2017 with 75.4% of grades achieved as A* to B. Half of all grades achieved were A* or A 70% have gained a place...
UCAS Support for Sixth Formers
UCAS preparation starts in the Lower Sixth, where students are encouraged to invest time and thought into planning for their future after Lancing. Working with tutors and the specialist UCAS team headed by Dr Mark...
Pupils attend Medical Dinner
The medics' group is formed of 18 Lower Sixth students, all passionate about medicine. The majority hope to apply for a degree in medicine or medicine-related subjects, including veterinary. The annual Medics’ Dinner is a...