Friday 19 August 2022 3:04 AM UTC
By A Staff Reporter
LONDON Aug 19: Thousands of teenagers will be eyeing for university places as A-level grades are announced. As results trickle in news is that UK Malayalee students have too excelled by several students achieving full A Stars and securing their first offer of choice from university of their choice.
Milan Tom from Liverpool secures all A Stars and to study at Cambridge
Milan Tom secured A* in all 5 Subjects and secured a place at Churchill College, University of Cambridge to study Computer Science from October 2022. He also obtained grade 9s at GCSE for all eleven of his subjects. Milan Tom studied in The Blue Coat School Liverpool (grammar school) from year 7 to 13.
Milan’s father Tom Thomas, works as E-Procurement Support Officer at Liverpool University Hospital NHS Trust. His mother Rittimol Tom is Deputy Manager-Aintree Dialysis Centre, Liverpool University Hospital NHS Trust
Milan’s brother Milton Tom is now Undertaking Masters in Imperial College London to study Aeronautical Engineering from October 2022
Back home, the family is from Valamparampil House, Kunnumthanam in Changanacherry
Ardra Suresh from Swindon scores a stunning result
Ardra’s success is by getting an A star for all subjects. Ardra studied at New College Swindon and secured admission in Medicine at Imperial College, London.
Ardra Suresh is the second daughter of Suresh Kumar and Sandhya Suresh, natives of Mannuthy in Thrissur.
Her mother Sandhya Suresh works as Nurse at Swindon Great Western Hospital. The family, who live in Swindon, are members of the Wiltshire Malayalee Association.
Ris Panvel from Newport with four A-stars to learn Medicine
Ris Panvel Thomas of Newport scored four A-stars. He scored an A-star in Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and Welsh Baccalaureate. The talented youngster, who is the pride of St. Joseph’s RC High School in Newport, is all set to join Cardiff University in Medicine.
His father Biju works at The Newport Nexperia Company in Pannivel and his mother Minu works at The Royal Gwent Hospital in Newport. His sister Ryan is studying at St. Joseph’s RC High School in Newport at the AS level. Ris was the school head boy. Ris has also won the rank of sergeant in air cadets and the Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Medal.
CLICK TO FOLLOW UKMALAYALEE.COM