Greater London

Cohort 1 (2012-13)

  • Daniella Bennett, Amherst College
  • Billy Cavell, Yale University
  • Eleanor Cheyne, Georgia Tech
  • Robert Jones, Connecticut College
  • Corey Peterson,Trinity College
  • Joseph Vinson, Yale University

Cohort 2 (2013-14)

  • Namatoulah Bahram, Dartmouth College
  • Alida Haworth, Emory University
  • Luke Higgins, William College
  • Senan Hogan Hennessy, Pomona College
  • Eleanor Geoghegan, Colby College
  • Abda Kazemi, New York University Abu Dhabi
  • Yasmin Kudsi, Skidmore College
  • Brigita Kuzmickaite, Trinity College
  • Anastasija Mensikova, Trinity College
  • Adeyami Osundina, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Morehead-Cain Scholarship Recipient)
  • Jack Page, Williams College
  • Viveque Ramji, Princeton University
  • Helena Thompson, Smith College
  • Yoldaz Yildiz, Connecticut College

Cohort 3 (2014-15)

  • Gugandeep Banga, New York University Abu Dhabi
  • Saif Hassan Bhatti, Northwestern University
  • Connor Bridges, Princeton University
  • Ricky Brown, University of Richmond
  • Caitlin Hogan, University of Chicago
  • Conor Kirby, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Carnun Marcus-Page, Dartmouth College
  • Kai Potter, Harvard University
  • Kamara Simms, Bryn Mawr College

Cohort 4 (2015-16)

  • Valavan Ananthakumaraswamy, Stanford University
  • Walid Bajjani, New York University Abu Dhabi
  • Alejandro Carruthers-Hierro, Lafayette College
  • Kirstie Clarke, University of Chicago
  • Simran Jangra, Bucknell University
  • Nathan Lewis, Duke University
  • Awnit Singh Marta, Harvard College
  • Kevin Mokhtar, New York University Abu Dhabi
  • Danu Mudannayake, Harvard College
  • Precious Ogu, Trinity College
  • Roshaye Poleon, Northwestern University
  • Natasha Porter, Bryn Mawr College
  • Shady Qubaty, Yale University
  • Charles Stewart, Brown University
  • Jack Tait, Princeton University
  • Lynn Travnikova, Middlebury College
  • Rishara Weerakoon, Vanderbilt University
  • Rebecca Wiggins, Pomona College

Greater London Students Making Headlines

British Students Find Advantages at U.S. Schools (New York Times)

From Cleckheaton to Harvard: state pupils win US scholarships (Independent)

 Teenagers hit £5.5m jackpot to study at top US universities (The Times)

Teenager from Tottenham offered $25ok US scholarship (Haringey Independent)