Teesside, Northumbria, Sunderland or Newcastle. A few apply to Durham too.
Bradford Uni, Leeds Met, Leeds Uni, Huddersfield, Leeds Trinity, Sheffield Hallam, Sheffield Uni, LJMU and York St John. Oh yes, we are a high-flying school.
No one applied to Oxbridge this year and I think our school last sent someone there about 6 years ago. Thing is - my school isn't even particularly bad. It's one of the better ones in my city, which isn't really much of an achievement; in a national context it would probably be in the bottom 40%. I find it really worrying that some schools are sending half their cohort to Oxford or Cambridge every year... There's something not right about that.
For some reason a hell a of a lot of people go to Leeds - both the uni and the met. We don't live anywhere near the place or anything ... I'd say at least 30% of my year went there.
I think Southampton is the most popular uni at my school. Not sure why.
Uni of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam.
Most people wanted to stay in Sheffield. I don't know of anyone who went any further than Leeds.
Majority of people from my Sixth form ended up at a UoL college or at least a London university. Loads of QMUL and then KCL, a few UCL, I think one LSE, and 2 for SOAS I know of. After that it was like City University, Westminster etc..
Some people left London obvs, but a lot didn't.
Edit: Oh and there's around 5/6/7 people who went Oxbridge. I went to a fairly good sixth form.
UCL, surrey, Liverpool, sheffield, warwick
Yeah, Royal Holloway, Kent and Queen Mary are the most common one's in mine, literally everyone applied for them...
Hertfordshire, Cambridge & Warwick
Hardly anyone goes away from home around here.
Glasgow Cally and Strathclyde...also Edinburgh. It's put me right off going to either Glasgow or Edinburgh.