Students at West London College eagerly received their A-Level Maths and Level 3 results this morning, 17 August 2023, marking a key moment in their educational journeys. The combination of academic achievement, determination, and hard work, Level 3 qualifications open doors to university, employment, and exciting careers.
Delina Kidane and Qais Attaallah received their Applied Science Level 3 Extended Diploma results at Ealing Green College. Both achieved D*D*D*, the highest grade possible. In his A-Level Maths, Qais achieved an A, and is now set to go to Manchester University to study for a degree in Genetics, planning to complete a Masters and potentially a PhD in Genetics after. Delina is going on to Kingston University to study Biomedical Science.
Iman El Masmoudi Garcia achieved D*DD. Iman plans to go to Queen Mary University of London to study Accounting and Management, saying the best thing about West London College is the teachers.
Iman says: “My teacher understood each student individually and helped them to do their best. She was very respectful, thoughtful and understanding. She encouraged me to express my ideas, pushed me to be better and told me exactly what I needed to do to achieve.”
At Hammersmith & Fulham College, Business Level 3 Extended Diploma student Bernice Fernandes, left, achieved DDD and is going on to study Business Management at Westminster University.
Camol Bethel studied for a Travel and Tourism Level 3 Extended Diploma and achieved Distinctions in all of his six units. Camol plans to work for Border Force.
Camol says: “I like the idea of serving and protecting in a travel and tourism setting, so working for Border Force is my dream job.”
Many Ealing Green College Digital Design Level 3 Extended Diploma students achieved Distinctions. Mariam Eish and Sara Dehbouzorgi are both going to Middlesex University to study Interior Design and Architecture.
Fellow student Renata Varga is planning to take a gap year and work as a fashion intern in either Italy or South Korea.
Elyana Guler is going on to study the foundation year in Fine Art at the City & Guilds of London Art School in Kennington.
Daniel Staszak who completed the Creative Media Production Technology Level 3 Extended Diploma, achieved a Distinction. Daniel is progressing to Oxford Brookes University to study Digital Media Production.
James Taylor, Deputy Principal at West London College, said: “Level 3 Results Day is a tribute to the dedication of teachers, parents, and support networks in helping our learners to fulfill their potential and pursue their dreams.”