Following on from the Class of 2017’s outstanding VCE and IB results, we are delighted to learn that a large majority of students also received their first preference for university courses.
The breadth of tertiary courses offered also reflects the wide diversity of interests and talents of the student group. We are proud to see such a range of disciplines chosen and from forty institutions, including those interstate and overseas.
Fields of study include Biomedicine, Commerce, Industrial Design, Psychology, Media, Information Technology and Architecture.
We are also delighted to learn that after some Enquiries Upon Results (remarked assessments), two more IB students have also achieved a top ATAR of 99.95. Congratulations to Vivienne Lynch and Anna Munday for their achievements! MLC’s Class of 2017 now have five students that have achieved a 99.95 ATAR, amongst the highest number in a Victorian school.
MLC are also proud that five of our students were offered scholarships at the University of Melbourne, with more scholarship offers possible due to adjusted scores and changed preferences.
There were several applications to interstate and overseas universities such as Oxford (UK), Cambridge (UK), MIT (US) and the New York Conservatory of Music, the offers of which are not yet known.
However we are most proud of the range of opportunities that our students were able to embrace during their time at the College. Whether it was going on exchange, learning how to operate in a commercial kitchen in the Terrace Restaurant
or balancing their studies with sport or orchestras, our students are embarking on the next chapter of their journey with confidence and a continued motivation to learn. Course areas such as Hospitality, Fashion and Textiles, Sports Science, Music or Paramedicine – just to name just a few – showcase the passion and talents that our students possess across many areas.
We look forward to following their journeys as new MLC alumnae and know they will make significant contributions as the next generation of young women.