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Applications are still open for a September 2022 start. We will endeavour to interview all students who apply and will contact you directly by email and letter when an interview appointment becomes available.

If you have any questions or queries in the meantime, please do not hesitate to contact the College at marketing@wyke.ac.uk

Throughout the spring and summer, we will be inviting our applicants on-campus to experience the Wyke learning environment and enrichment opportunities. 

We recommend that parents/carers and students regularly check this website and associated social media outlets for updates on the College policies, term dates and applicant events.

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⭐BIOLOGY OLYMPIAD WINNERS⭐

Our 2022 RSC Biology Olympiad award winners.

An excellent achievement, well done! #ALevel #biology #Olympiad #WeAreWyke #makeithappen
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BETHANY'S ACADEMIC JOURNEY

It’s always great to hear from our former students, so it was fantastic to discover Bethany Foxon (nee Cook) is now Dr Bethany Foxon.

Bethany left Wyke in 2012, having achieved amazing grades in A level Physics, Mathematics and Further Mathematics. Her three A*s secured Bethany a place on MSci Physics at the University of Birmingham, graduating with first class honours in 2016. From there Bethany studied for her doctorate at the University of Nottingham. Her PhD was titled “Cold Atom Physics” with her thesis researching “Quantum Coherence Control for Radio-Frequency Dressed Cold Atom Systems”.

Whilst studying for her PhD, Bethany worked at Nu Quantum technology, based in Cambridge, a highly respected company with a global reputation. According to the USA’s “Wall Street Journal”, research into quantum technology is going to accelerate the search for a cure for cancer and may even take steps to reverse climate change.

If you’re a former student, we would love to hear from you. Drop us an email at marketing@wyke.ac.uk , join our Facebook Alumni page and follow our LinkedIn profile.

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BETHANYS ACADEMIC JOURNEY

It’s always great to hear from our former students, so it was fantastic to discover Bethany Foxon (nee Cook) is now Dr Bethany Foxon. 

Bethany left Wyke in 2012, having achieved amazing grades in A level Physics, Mathematics and Further Mathematics. Her three A*s secured Bethany a place on MSci Physics at the University of Birmingham, graduating with first class honours in 2016. From there Bethany studied for her doctorate at the University of Nottingham. Her PhD was titled “Cold Atom Physics” with her thesis researching “Quantum Coherence Control for Radio-Frequency Dressed Cold Atom Systems”. 

Whilst studying for her PhD, Bethany worked at Nu Quantum technology, based in Cambridge, a highly respected company with a global reputation. According to the USA’s “Wall Street Journal”, research into quantum technology is going to accelerate the search for a cure for cancer and may even take steps to reverse climate change.

If you’re a former student, we would love to hear from you. Drop us an email at marketing@wyke.ac.uk , join our Facebook Alumni page and follow our LinkedIn profile.

#WeAreWyke

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And Rich is following in her footsteps though on a slightly different path 😄 Julie Cook

Fantastic Mrs Foxon x

Big proud mama moment Julie! ⭐️

Wow Julie Cook how proud must you be. Brilliant! Xx

Wow sounds amazing, if I’m only I knew what half that stuff was 🤣🤣 x

Absolutely fantastic 👏⭐️

Amazing xx

Amazing 😊👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻x

Julie Cook 🥰

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