This highly recognised sixth form college is located in the heart of Stourbridge – vibrant town in West Midlands, with easy access to nearby Birmingham.
It dates back to 1552, when it has first opened its doors as boys grammar school, following the grant of a royal charter by King Edward VI. In 1974 it was re-established as King Edward VI College. The oldest surviving building dating from 1695 is still in use today.
Today, King Edward VI College is one of the best performing colleges nationally, with overall pass rate of 99,5%, and 100% pass in 32 subjects, which is way above national average. Students from this college very often apply to the top ranked universities, such as Oxford and Cambridge, to study various subjects, including economics, medicine, and humanities.
College welcomes international students, and is looking to increase the numbers up to 100 in the next few years. There are also various options of accommodation available, which college carefully selects for every student from abroad.
The full list of courses could be found here.