13 - 21

    Senior (Co-ed)



  East of England

Foreign Education UK and International Education Consultants in UK and Hong Kong  established 1994

  A-Level & GSCE


Abbey College Cambridge, Homer Gardens, Cambridge, CB2  8EB

 Key Information & Geographic location in the UK



School Profile:

Abbey College Cambridge is located in the centre of Cambridge. It has two other sister schools in London and Manchester from being designed from A-Level retaking students to now being a GCSE, A-Level and Foundation college for international students.


Academic Success:

The college develop and maintain an outstanding record of academic success, over 71% of its A-Level students scored A* or A grade in 2019 The college has been awarded the status of ''Good'' in 6 criteria and ''Outstanding'' in 1 criterion, out of a total of 7. The college has been described as “tailoring the curriculum to meet the needs of most individual students well”.

University Destination:

The graduates progress onto some of the members of Russell Group, such as Durham University, King's College London, the University of Birmingham and the University of York. 10% of their upper sixth students received offers to study at Cambridge and Oxford.


Boarding and Pastoral Care for students:

There are various kinds of accommodations offered. For younger students who aged 13 to 16 on arrival, they are suggested to choose the Abbey Boarding House which locates immediately adjacent to the college teaching building. For students aged 16 plus, they can consider the Purbeck House or the Tripos Court which locate near the campus. All accommodations have live-in house parents, offering three meals every day, Wi-Fi . Students can also consider half board accommodation by living in host families

Extracurricular Activities:

Apart from academic achievement, the college has more than 50 exciting staff and student led clubs, including programmes focusing on actions, belongings and creativity. There are special programmes like horse riding, martial arts and gardening, which are run based on students demand. The college is offering four awards based on students' commitment to extra-curricular activities; students' participation in selected clubs will also contribute to their final Duke of Edinburgh's Award (DofE), which is an internationally recognised award 

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School Ranking 2019 

A-Level A* - A


A-Level A* - B


GCSE 9 - 7


GCSE 9 - 4




School Fees

 Year 10 - £46,450

 Year 11 - £46,450

 Year 9 - £46,450

 Year 10 - £54,900









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