International University Admissions

2005

Tessa and Tanya Lee, Brown University (USA)

2007

Michaela Tiller,  Harvard University (USA)

                 Alexandra McIlraith,  Princeton University (USA)

2008

Charlotte Savage, London School of Economics (UK)

Adele Rossouw , Yale University (USA)

2009

Nancy Lee, Wharton School of Business (USA)

Radhika Mahidhara, Wharton School of Business (USA)

Li Chi Pan, Melbourne University (Australia)

Awarded Allan Gray Fellowship:  Prianka Pillay

2011

Ayanda Collins, Brown University (USA)

Oyinkan Olojede, New York University (USA)

Pascale Theron, Eindhoven Design Academy (Netherlands)

2012  

Savannah Price, University of Edinburgh (Scotland)

Ariana Pather, Brown University (USA)

2013  

Kara Birkenmayer, Harvard University (USA)

Katherine Perdikis, The University of New South Wales (Australia)

Loan Heilner, Colby College  (USA)

Behnazir Mohamed, University of Pennsylvania (USA)

Ngozi Olojede, University of Pennsylvania (USA)

Lindiwe Makgalemele,  Harvard University (USA) Awarded Allan Gray Fellowship

2014

Franci van Rhyn,  Harvard University (USA)

Alexa Clark, Princeton (USA), Brown (USA), University of Pennsylvania (USA), University of Chicago (USA) and New York University (USA)

                 Susan Cossa, Smith College (USA)

Isabella Kriegler, University of Edinburgh (Scotland)

Phiola Kayumba University of Edinburgh (Scotland)

Wilmien Janse van Rensburg, awarded a scholarship as a personally selected student of the Concert Master and 1st Violinist of the London Philharmonic Orchestra, at the Trinity Laban Conservatoire (London)

Emma Kruger, Harvard University (USA), University of North Carolina (USA), Vanderbilt University (USA), Georgetown University (USA) and Emory University (USA)

Megan Quan, RMIT (Australia)

Isioma Umunna, Cornell University (USA), Stanford University (USA) and Harvard University (USA)

Joan Hofmeyr, Juilliard School of Performing Arts (USA)

Mazvita Chanakira, Pace University (Performing Arts) (USA)

Jessica Jones, National Institute of Design (India)

2015

Nadia Wildt, St Andrew’s University  (Scotland)

Shingisai Tengende, Queen Mary University (UK0, Brunel University (UK), and Metropolitan University (UK)

Zandi Nduvane, Drew University (USA),  University of Massachusetts (USA) George Mason University (USA)

Paula Chappel, Harvard University (USA)

Alexandra Bantock, University of Edinburgh (Scotland), University of Nottingham (UK), and University of Reading (UK)

Shannon Mosley, Richmond the American International (Performing Arts and Theatre) (London)

Teniola Abimbola, University of Maryland  (USA) and St John’s University (USA)

2016

Georgina Sennett, University of Edinburgh (Scotland), Bristol University (UK), St Andrews University (Scotland), Durham University(UK)

Charné Vermaak, St Andrews University (Scotland) University of Edinburgh  (Scotland), Bristol University (UK) and Durham University (UK)

Bianca Beekhuizen, Utrecht University, (Netherlands)

Tatum Butler, University of Bristol (UK) , University of Nottingham (UK), Kings College (UK), University of Exeter (UK)

Awarded Allan Gray Fellowship: Malaika Motlana

2017 

Awarded Allan Gray Fellowships: Ama Adu (Matric 2016)  and Sarah Martinson

Sarah Jackson, Davidson College (USA)

Sylvia Dixon,  University of Adelaide (Australia) La Trobe University (Australia) University of Sydney (Australia), University of Queensland (Australia)

Emily Wharton-Hood,  Durham University (UK), Bristol University(UK), Trinity College (Dublin)

Sinead Reddy, Agnes Scott College (USA)

Sara Steedley, University of Massachusetts, Amherst (USA), Smith College (USA), Spelman College (USA)

Tiffany Sonola, New York University (USA)

Ella Feldner-Busztin, Design Academy Eindhoven (Netherlands)

Oratile  Mookodi, University of Exeter (UK), University of Nottingham (UK), University of Toronto, Canada

Refliwe Mookodi, University of Nottingham (UK), Bristol University (UK), King’s College (UK)

Anya Fries, École Polytechnique, France

 

2020 Grade 0 Application Closing Date
Girls accepted in Top Universities

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Since 2009, Thinking Skill have been an integral part of the curriculum, preparing pupils for the challenges of higher education and life itself. We strive to prepare our girls to lead ‘life of significance’ in a world of exponential change. Roedean is the only school in SA to be accredited as a Thinking School from Grades 0-12.