International Student Profiles
Paul arrived at Lansdowne from California, United States in September 2011 to begin his AS level studies in Chemistry, English Literature, History and Mathematics. He quickly settled into college life and threw himself into the extra-curricular activities on offer. Paul is predicted to achieve excellent results in his AS exams.
Phuc Huy Nguyen
Huy started his studies at Lansdowne in September 2011, having moved to London from Hanoi in Vietnam. He is studying for ‘A’ levels in Accounting, Economics, Maths and Further Maths and has enjoyed much success in his first year here. He intends to stay in the UK for his university degree, possibly in Finance and Accounting.
Chinese student Leo joined Lansdowne in September 2010 to study for ‘A’ levels in Maths, Further Maths and Accounting. We were delighted to hear that Leo was selected to perform as Flower/Medal Bearer in the Victory Ceremonies during the London 2012 Olympic Games. Click here to read more about Leo’s passion for the Olympics.
Adelson Cadete – GCSE
Adelson came to England from Angola in Year 8 and spent three years in a state school in North London. Joining Lansdowne in September 2009, Adelson has followed a one year GCSE course in nine subjects. After a very successful year, Adelson will be joining the Lower Sixth in September to start A Levels in Biology, Economics, Psychology and Media Studies. Adelson is an extremely helpful member of the Student Council.
Moving to England from Russia when he was 13, Ivan started his British education at Shrewsbury School. He then joined the GCSE Department at Lansdowne in September 2008. After a successful year, when Ivan proved to be a popular member of the College, he entered the Sixth Form in 2009 to study A Levels in Art, English Literature, German and Photography.
Chinese student, Sonny Xu joined Lansdowne in September 2008 in the Lower Sixth taking AS Levels in Maths, Chemistry, Physics and Economics. Proving himself a mature and hard-working student, he achieved excellent AS results; maths proved a particular strength with 100% scores over several units. These alongside his conscientious nature and natural ability won Sonny a place at Cambridge to read Engineering.