David Game College

About

David Game College is an independent school and sixth form based in Tower Hill, London. The college is coeducational and admits students between the ages of 13–22. Up to 400 students take full-time courses each year.

The college is associated with the CIFE group of independent colleges and promotes an ethos of optimism, hard work and ambition to improve grades and enter a university of the student's choice. 67% of A Level graduates gained entry to Russel Group universities in 2017–2018. David Game College is rated as Outstanding in all areas in its latest Ofsted inspection.

Features

Scholarship

Available for international students

English on Сampus

Available for international students

Testimonials

Will
Will
Student
"Thank you for all the support for my medical application. It's fantastic to have all A*/As after a year of hard work. I am so excited to start my journey at my first choice university - King's College London."
Razan
Razan
Student
"I wanted to let you know that I have been officially accepted to study medicine at the University of Central Lancashire for September 2020. After a very long and stressful time, I can’t begin to explain how happy I am to finally have this opportunity. I wanted to thank you for the past two years as because of your lessons and efforts, chemistry truly became my favourite subject of the day. I really appreciate all your hard work to help us reach our potential and will be sure to visit the college at the nearest time to say hello to everyone."
Kumsal
Kumsal
Student
"I just wanted to let you know that my place to study has been confirmed at Queen Mary. Thank you very much for believing in and helping me throughout the last two years. I couldn’t have done this without your & my teachers’ help and support!"

Programs

A Levels

A Levels are the national UK school leaving examinations and lead to all UK universities and most international institutions. Students will normally take 3 or 4 subjects of their choice, but it is important to consider which degree courses each subjection can lead to. The A Level course is normally two years in duration starting in September, but there are fast-track options of one year and 1.5 years (starting in January). Students should be 16 when to start A levels.

  • A level Accounting
  • A level Art & Design (Photography)
  • A Level Art & Design (Textile Design)
  • A level Art and Design (Fine Art)
  • A level Biology
  • A level Business
  • A level Chemistry
  • A level Computer Science
  • A level Economics
  • A level English Literature
  • A level Extended Project Qualification (EPQ)
  • A level French
  • A level Further Mathematics
  • A level Geography
  • A level History
  • A level Mathematics
  • A level Music
  • A level Music Technology
  • A level Philosophy
  • A level Physics
  • A level Politics
  • A level Psychology
  • A level Russian
  • A level Sociology
  • A level Spanish
University Foundation Programme

The University Foundation Programme (UFP) is an intensive full-time course that offers students an alternative route to British University degree courses.  

  • Architecture
  • Art and Design UFP
  • Business and Finance UFP
  • Engineering and Computing UFP
  • Humanities and Social Sciences UFP
  • Law
  • Medicine UFP
  • Pharmacy & Medical Science UFP
GCSEs

GCSEs are the UK state exams which must be taken by all 16 years olds, and are a requirement to begin an IB, A level, or University Foundation Course. Students take between 5 and 11 subjects and these should be chosen carefully as they are a pre-requisite for entry onto an IB or A level course. GCSEs are normally taken over two years and start in September when students are 14, but they are also fast-track programmes which can be taken in one year.

  • GCSE Art & Design (Fine Art)
  • GCSE Art & Design (Photography)
  • GCSE Biology
  • GCSE Business
  • GCSE Chemistry
  • GCSE English as a Second Language
  • GCSE English Language
  • GCSE English Literature
  • GCSE French
  • GCSE Geography
  • GCSE History
  • GCSE Mathematics
  • GCSE Music
  • GCSE Physics
  • GCSE Russian
  • GCSE Spanish
Language courses

Students who need to improve their English Language level may take an Intensive English Language course through Kensington Academy of English, a division of David Game College.

Students who need to improve their Spanish level may take a range of Spanish courses through Spanish Express, a division of David Game College.

  • English as a Foreign Language
  • Spanish as a Modern Foreign Language

Tuition & Cost

The costs listed below are an estimate based on what most students pay. The final price for tuition, housing and other expenses will vary based on program, English level, housing selection and other factors. For more exact pricing, please contact our advisors.
£ 34,113 Average cost per year
£ 22,112Tuition
£ 10,001Housing
£ 2,000Other
Scholarship

Available for international students

Required Documents

Below are the minimum documents required for our admissions team to conduct a review of your application to this institution. Additional documents may be required for specific programs or for the institution to issue you an unconditional letter of admission. Please contact an advisor for more information.

Passport Copy

English Test Result

Personal Statement

School Transcript

Submission Deadlines

Autumn 2021
Application Deadline:July 15, 2021
Program Start:September 09, 2021
Spring 2022
Application Deadline:December 01, 2021
Program Start:January 10, 2022
Summer 2022
Application Deadline:March 01, 2022
Program Start:April 19, 2022