Congratulations to our Class of 2022 graduates who have received their university offers and are preparing to begin their tertiary studies. We wish each and every one of them all the best for the exciting journey ahead of them!
The Class of 2022 alumnae embraced the opportunities offered at MGGS and continue to do so beyond the red brick walls, as their tertiary offers show. This group of Old Grammarians is well prepared for the unknowns ahead as they pursue their goals, interests and dream careers. MGGS continues its commitment to equipping our Grammarians with the knowledge, skills and capability to thrive wherever their aspirations lead them. Their results gave us one side to the story, but their tertiary offers gave us further insight into the diverse passions and interests of this newest group of Old Grammarians.
“Where our Class of 2022 have gained offers in 2023 demonstrates that they are continuing to make choices that will enable them to realise their ambitions and positively impact the communities in which they will operate. This group showed exceptional commitment, focus, discipline and patience in their studies last year, which I am confident will continue at university.
I am incredibly pleased to see all Grammarians in this cohort taking the next steps in their learning journeys, and I wish them the best throughout their studies and chosen careers. I will watch closely to see where the class of 2022 will go, what they will do next and the success they will have.” – Principal Dr Toni Meath
The Class of 2022 has received offers from various Victorian and Interstate universities. In Victoria, the University of Melbourne and Monash were the top two destinations, with 38% and 34% of the cohort receiving offers to attend these universities. This year’s offers based on fields of education reflect the breadth of passions and career paths of the Class of 2022, with 9 fields represented. Society and Culture was again the most popular field, with 32% of offers received in this field, which includes Arts, Laws, , Global and International Studies, Politics and Psychology degrees. There was an increase in Grammarians receiving offers in the fields of Education (up 1.5% to 3%) and Information Technology (up 1% to 2%).
Some of our 2022 graduates received offers from universities across the country, such as the Australian National University (ANU), University of Sydney, University of Newcastle, University of New South Wales (UNSW) and many more. Students received interstate university offers in the fields of Arts and Social Sciences, Biomedical Engineering, Biomedical Science, Business, Commerce, Computer Science, Design and Business, Law, Law/Commerce, Medicine and more.
Henley Royal Regatta rowers Olivia Nairn and Zoe McKernan are heading to the United States after they were offered scholarships to UCLA and the University of California, Berkeley, respectively, for 2023. The pair will pursue their passion for rowing whilst studying in 2023 and beyond. We also have six students potentially bound for UK universities but awaiting final confirmations. It’s very exciting to see some of our graduates heading overseas for their tertiary education.
Our international students have received offers to study in Victoria at the University of Melbourne, Monash, Deakin and RMIT. Our Victorian-based international student graduates have received offers in the fields of Science, Design, Commerce, Biomedical Science, Computer Science, Design/Business, Arts, Arts (Psychology) and Communication Design. Some International student graduates also received offers for New South Wales universities, – the University of Sydney and the University of New South Wales (UNSW) – as well as the Australian National University (ANU)for the fields of Psychology, Information Technology, Information Systems, Science , Arts and Engineering. We are thrilled to see our Class of 2022 graduates pursuing further education in courses suited to their strengths and interests. We hope this fuels their continued love of learning as they follow their passions and build their careers. Our Grammarians enter tertiary education with the world at their feet. We hope they discover where their next path will take them.