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An education that’ll take them further


Welbeck Defence Sixth Form College is one of the UK’s leading full-boarding educational establishments – and it’s where motivated, ambitious students from all backgrounds take their first steps towards rewarding futures as Engineers and Technical Officers in the Armed Forces and Civil Service.


Tere aren’t many places for your children to learn like Welbeck. Based in Leicestershire, the state-of-the-art facilities – from the swimming pool to classroom equipment – would be enough to make it unique. But the superb teaching, outstanding pastoral care and opportunities for adventurous expeditions have also earned Welbeck a reputation for providing an unrivalled quality of education. And though the academic focus is on Maths and Science, a truly rounded education is offered, through a unique programme of intellectual, physical and personal development. Welbeck’s principal purpose is to develop


the Engineers and Technical Officers of tomorrow – whether that’s in the Royal Navy, Army, Royal Air Force or Civil Service.


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It’s a career path that leads from Welbeck, directly to specific, highly-regarded


universities (including Oxford, Cambridge, Loughborough and Birmingham) where the Defence Technical Undergraduate Scheme (DTUS) provides a £4,000-a-year bursary. Graduates then move on to Officer Training with the Armed Services or Initial Professional Development Training with the MOD Civil Service – and from there to careers that take them around the world.


Tis year, 98% of Welbeck students were


offered a university place, and the College achieved a 99.6% A-level pass rate. It’s no wonder Welbeck is the first choice for students who want an education – and a career – that takes them further.


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