Lauriston 2021 graduates receive first round University offers

Whatever path our students choose to take, we celebrate each and every one for the resilience they have displayed to achieve their goals and their natural willingness to give things a go. At Lauriston we pride ourselves on encouraging students to actively shape their own future, and we can’t wait to see where that future takes them. 

With first round University offers made, our Class of 2021 were offered three Chancellor’s scholars to The University of Melbourne. In addition, 75% of 2021 graduates received an offer for their first University preference with 50% of these received from the University of Melbourne and 28% offers being received from Monash University. 

Demonstrating a strength in STEM subjects, nine students were offered a course in Biomedicine and a further 25 received offers in Science, Engineering and Technology related courses. In addition to this, courses related to Society and Culture, Management and Commerce and the Creative Arts were the most popular among Lauriston’s 2021 graduates demonstrating a diverse range of passions. 

Several of our 2021 graduates are pursing study interstate at Universities such as the ANU and University of Tasmania. There are also a number of plans to study and overseas with graduates having applied to Universities such as Oxford, Imperial College of London, La Sorbonne, University of Pennsylvania, and the George Washington University in the US.

Victoria Li “I am planning to study Neuroscience at Pennsylvania next year, I’m really excited for that.”

Belinda Huang “Apart from my Chancellor’s Scholarship in Science, I am also exploring the option to study Mathematics at Oxford University.”

Bianca Rose “I accepted a scholarship position to attend George Washington University in Washington DC.”

Olivia Bisko “I loved my French exchange and it really inspired me to try to study [General Science] at the Sorbonne in Paris.”

See more stories about our Class of 2021 students.