International Reach

GSA schools have a global reputation for excellence

 

Our innovative practice and academic rigor attract pupils from around the world. Educating these students brings with it a responsibility to international relations which we take very seriously. For most of our overseas pupils, their GSA school days are their first encounter with British culture and the favourable impressions they gain during their formative years can affect how the international community views the UK.

A high percentage – 94% – of our students progress to higher education and GSA schools are a valuable source of high quality overseas students to UK universities.

Many former GSA students have gone on to become successful women leaders in their chosen field:

Indira Ghandi

Indira Ghandi

Prime Minister of India (1966-1974 & 1980-1984)

Badminton School

Ana Botín

Ana Botín

Executive Chairman of Banco Santander

St Mary’s School Ascot

Dame Kathleen Mary Kenyon DBE

Dame Kathleen Mary Kenyon DBE

Archaeologist

St Paul’s Girls’ School

Annie Nightingale MBE

Annie Nightingale MBE

Broadcaster and DJ

Lady Eleanor Holles School

Elizabeth Ward OBE

Elizabeth Ward OBE

Founder of British Kidney Patient Association (now Kidney Care UK)

St George’s Ascot

Dr Vanessa Lawrence CB HonFREng, FRGS, FRICS, FCInstCES, FRSGS, CCMI, CGeog

Dr Vanessa Lawrence CB HonFREng, FRGS, FRICS, FCInstCES, FRSGS, CCMI, CGeog

Founding Co-Chair of the United Nations Committee of Experts on Global Geospatial Information Management

St Helen’s School, London