St. Catherine’s is very proud of the Year 14 pupils Eamonn, Fionnan, Leonie, Maeve C and Maeve S who all secured prestigious bursaries, reduced offers, interview opportunities for a range of course, including Law, Medicine, Arts and Humanities and Finance.
Maeve S (Medicine) & Eamonn (Law)
Year 14 pupils Maeve and Eamonn have successfully completed the Queens Pathway Opportunity Programme, securing a £1000 bursary for their chosen course of study and either a one or two grade reduction in their University offer. For both students this process entailed completing the Pathway Opportunity Programme Summer School in their selected area of study.
Achieving a stellar score of above 80% in the range of tasks, essays and assessments, Eamonn is now eligible for a two grade reduction on his guaranteed conditional admission offer to Queens University, Belfast to study Law. Eamonn will continue to engage in virtual meetings with the University to support his application.
Maeve S is currently studying A Level Chemistry, Biology and Health and Social Care and wishes to study Medicine at Queen’s University, Belfast. Her successful completion of the Pathways Opportunity Programme and the associated Summer School has ensured a guaranteed interview and made her eligible for a one grade reduction on her admission offer to Queens Medical School.
Another proud St. Catherine’s Sixth-Former, Leonie applied for the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Pathway and secured a one grade reduction in her offer. She will also receive £1000 bursary if she studies at Queens, even outside of her chosen Pathway.
Fionnan was successful in his application to QUB Finance securing a bursary and a reduced offer.
Maeve C applied to the Business pathway with the intention of studying Finance. She was successful in securing a conditional offer to Queen's, and due to her performance in the summer school examination, received a one-grade reduction for her preferred course. The summer school element involved joining online classes for a week where she new people from schoosl across the North and worked with them in breakout groups on various activities. Maeve will also receive a £1000 bursary in her first term.