Academic Performance

Pupils achieve outstanding results so they are able to apply to the top universities in the UK and internationally.

At Malvern, our pupils do more than just remember and recite facts.

By encouraging curiosity and diversity of thought, we ensure each pupil develops a well-rounded approach to learning so they gain places to the top universities in the world.

Average UCAS Tariff Point

Combining the 2023 International Baccalaureate and A Level scores into UCAS Tariff points, this equates to an average result of


grades at A level

& A

grades at EPQ


0.0 average score
0 achieved 40+ points
Malvern College five year average

A Level

0 average score
0 achieved A* - B Grades
Five year average


0.0 average score
0 achieved 40+ points
Five year average

HE Destinations

0 took their first choice
0 received offers to Russell Group Universities

Malvern pupils gain places at the top ranked UK universities including Oxbridge and the Russell Group.

UK Universities

  • Cambridge
  • Oxford
  • Birmingham
  • Bath
  • Bristol
  • Durham
  • Exeter
  • Imperial
  • King’s College London
  • London School of Economics
  • Loughborough
  • Manchester
  • Newcastle
  • Nottingham
  • St Andrews
  • UCL
  • Warwick

Non-UK Universities

0 took up places at international universities
0 taking a gap year with 11% deferring their place at a UK university (2024 entry)

Non-UK Universities:

  • Columbia, New York
  • Northwestern, Illinois
  • Northeastern, Massachusetts
  • IE, Madrid
  • McGill Montreal
  • Toronto, Canada
  • Catholic University, Leuven
  • Sofia University, Tokyo

Over 70 courses studied.

From Agri-Business Management to Meterology and Climate

0 popular course choices

  • Business Management
  • Economics
  • Engineering
  • Psychology

Specialist HE

Interior Architecture
Film & TV Studies
Gap Year
Software Apprenticeship
Automotive Engineering

League Table Information

Along with many other independent schools, Malvern College does not voluntarily participate in national league tables, which can be misleading and only give a one-dimensional picture of a school, attempting to rank schools solely on the criterion of perceived success in public examinations.

If you would like to speak to our Academic Team regarding our pupils’ achievements, please contact our Admissions Team for their support.