Academic excellence

Brighton College Abu Dhabi pupils have once again achieved outstanding A Level results and have bettered the grades achieved in 2019, with more than half of the College’s pupils achieving A* to A grades and 73.7% securing A* to B grades in this year’s examinations.

Even more important than the raw grades, the value-added score that pupils have achieved this year is (+0.819), which yet again reflects the excellence of the school’s exceptional teaching. 

This year's results outstanding results meant that, on average, a Brighton College Abu Dhabi pupil gains almost a grade above statistical expectations and the reults enable pupils to progress to the best universities around the world.

The College’s Head Pupil, Ashna Chaturvedi has been accepted by Oxford University to study Law and for the first time ever, two Brighton College Abu Dhabi pupils, Rand Farhan and Parineeta Gupta, will go on to study Dentistry at the University of Leeds and the University of Liverpool in the UK.

Brighton College Abu Dhabi is extremely proud of the hard work and diligence of its UAE national pupils who have achieved a fantastic 83% A* to B grades.

Key Statistics 2022

  • A*       : 25.7%
  • A* - A: 53.1%
  • A* - B: 73.7%
  • A* - C: 89.4%

Value added: +0.819

Head Mistress, Helen Wilkinson, said “We are incredibly proud of the Class of 2022 for their resilience, focus and determination which is exemplified by these richly deserved results. Having sat public exams for the first time since 2019, this positive increase in results that our pupils have achieved this year is a true testament to their hard work and dedication.”

She added: “Not only have our pupils achieved outstanding results, but they are also well-rounded Brightonians whose contributions to our own community, and to the world beyond our walls, have been a privilege to encourage and applaud. We congratulate them all, and our excellent staff who have helped them to achieve these impressive results through their creativity and passion for education.”