Our Alumni

THE MOVERS AND SHAKERS OF TOMORROW
 
The Anglophone Section within the French public schools of Fontainebleau provides a world-class educational experience that will deliver to your child the tools he or she needs to succeed in life. Many of our graduates attend top Universities in the United Kingdom and the United States – from the Ivy Leagues to Cambridge, Oxford, and the London School of Economics, our alumni infuse the world’s finest schools with their presence.

“I want to thank the Anglophone Section for the amazing experience I am having at the University of Sheffield following my BA degree in Journalism. I would like to thank you for the full support I had in my last year of college and for the amazing job the staff did for us as students. I’m grateful for the advice Mr. Corrigan and Mrs. Kendrick have given me to realize my biggest dream. Every single thing I did with the Anglophone Section was a treasure: The general classes, the trips, the books we read, the MUN, the plays… All of these are helping me out every day to integrate myself in my new city. It is surely the best experience of my life thanks to the teaching I had been given by the Anglophone Section.”

– Mariana R. (former student)

I was once like you. A student, concerned with enjoying life and dreading (some) studies. I studied Chemistry at university. I had no idea what I really wanted to do at the age of 17 but it was my best guess. I still was still discovering until very recently what it is I would love to do, age 28. I did not learn my job at school or university. But I learned the languages, social interaction skills and basics that made this possible. My advice to students? You have tons of time to discover yourselves, here and after school. Make sure to use the diverse cultures you meet in Fontainebleau to drive you to explore the wider world around you once you have the chance. And travel, you won’t regret it.
Eduardo Sajgalik

Community Consultant for game developers. Former Student.

What happens to our Alumni?

About 50% of students choose to study in UK universities. We are proud of all our students who make it into top UK universities but particularly of the three who were accepted this year into Cambridge.

About 10% of our students choose to study in US universities. Many students are accepted by both UK and US universities and their final choice varies. The remaining students either go to French Grande Ecoles, European universities, Australian universities or other chosen career paths across the world.

They then go on to corporate finance institutions, engineering companies, international law firms, world-wide business ventures, scientific research institutes etc. Just about anywhere in the world, you may come across dynamic, eloquent, multi-lingual, multi-cultural alumni of the Anglophone Section of Fontainebleau!

Alumni can keep in touch with one another and the Section by joining the Section group via LinkedIn or Facebook. The annual Anglophone Section alumni cocktail is always a great evening as it brings together alumni students and teachers (both past and present) for a chance to reconnect and renew their friendships.

Where do/did our alumni study?

2017 2018 2019 2020
University of British Columbia (Computer Sciences) University of Bath (Economics) Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée Computer science and mathematics (McGill University Canada)
University of Montpellier (Medicine) University of Bath (Biology) Glasgow University – Comparative Literature Archaeology, History of art (Ecole du Louvre)
Biology studies in the UK Kings’s College London (Mathematics and Philosophy) Grenoble – Chemistry Bachelor degree in Engineering (KU Leuven in Belgium)
Nice Sophia Antipolis University (Psychology) Maastricht University (European Law and Human Rights) Gap year then University of Exeter – Sociology and Politics Human Geography (La Sorbonne then Edinburgh)
University of Amsterdam (Architecture) Strasbourg (Prépa PCSI) Essec Business School Les Sciences de l’Organisation (Université de Dauphine, Paris)
University of Warwick (History and Italian) University of Manchester (Social Anthropology) University of Bath, UK – Psychology Computer Science programme (Vancouver, B.C. Canada)
University of Vancouver (Geography/Biology) University of Liège (Veterinary Medicine) UCL – Management Science TV and film directing (EICAR, Paris)
University of Birmingham (Foundation Year) University of Liège (Veterinary Medicine) SciencesPo Paris and Columbia University – dual BA programme Liberal Arts and Sciences BASc (UCL)
McGill University Imperial College London (Biological Sciences) University of Strathclyde – International Business Graphic Design (LISAA, Paris 13eme)
Deferred entry for Veterinary Science in the UK Institut Catholique de Paris (History and Political Sciences) Lycée Charlemagne de Paris – Prépa MPSI  HND in musical theatre (University of Highlands and Islands, Scotland)
Prépa MPSI Paris University of Kent (Business and Music Production) Université de Versailles – Biology History and Spanish (Manchester University)
Business School Paris Churchill College Cambridge (Natural Sciences) Polytechnique Montréal,Canada Médecine & Maïeutique 5Université Catholique, Lille)
Prépa MPSI Paris FENELON King’s College Cambridge (Anthropology) University of Lyon – Medicine Prepa Sciences (Supexam, Paris)
Prépa BPCST 1 Lycée Francois 1er for French Vet school. Girton College Cambridge (Engineeering) University of Créteil – Film Etudes medical Prepa (LAENNEC, Paris 16)
University of Kent University of York (Biomedical Sciences) Gap year then UK university – Maths & Finance Paris School of Business, Paris 13th
University of Roehampton (Psychology) Northwestern Chicago (Liberal Arts) Henri IV Paris – Prépa MPSI Sciences Po (Saint Germain en Laye)
Imperial College, London ISCOM Paris (Communication) École Penninghen Paris – Prépa Arts Appliqués Psychology (Crawley Town Academy then Royal Holloway, University of London)
Prépa MPSI François 1e University of Bristol (Anthropology) Université de Lorraine – Art Architecture (Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Grenoble)
University of Bristol (Geography) University of Durham Amsterdam University College – Liberal Arts Prepa Grande Ecole Paris 5eme
University of Edinburgh (Medicine) Rene Descartes University Paris (Medicine) Université Paris-Diderot – Litérature et Langues Etrangères Mechatronic Engineering (Manchester)
University of Bath (Economics) EPSAA d’Ivry-sur-Seine (Prépa Arts Plastiques et Graphiques) Ecole de Design STRATE Sèvres Psychology and Criminology (Lancaster University)
Paris Assas Panthéon (Double History) ESJ de Lille (Journalism, Management and Economics) LSE – Economics and Economics History Sports physiology (Florida Atlantic University)
Prépa Hypocagne Lycée Henri IV ESSEC Cergy Pontoise (Global BBA) Vrije University in Amsterdam – Psychology Psychology ( Psychoprat, Paris)
University of Bath (International Management and Spanish) University of Exeter Pierre et Marie Curie de Sorbonne – Medicine Foundation in Engineering and Physical Sciences then BEng/ Meng (Nottingham University)
Prépa BCPST Lycée François 1e University College London (Mechanical Engineering) Surrey University – Aerospace Engineering Medical Microbiology (Bristol university)
University of York (integrated Masters in Biology) University College London (Philosophy and History of Art) Université Paris-Diderot – Linguistics in Chinese Chinese (Beijing University) then liberal arts (Stanford University)
Paris Assas Panthéon (Law) University College London (Economics and Psychology) Valbonne, Prépa MPSI (mathématiques, physique et sciences de l’ingénieur) Sciences Politique (Lille/University of Kent)
Syddansk University Denmark (Marketing & Management) Science Po Bordeaux Lycée Hélène Boucherin Paris – Prépa ECS  Work in Slovakia to save up for university studies next year
Nursing in the UK Singapore – Business school University of Kent – Biology Edhec Business School, Paris
University of Durham (History) University of Provence Gap Year then University of Exeter – Sociology Engineering (Concordia University, Montreal)
University of Glasgow (Medicine) University of Exeter (PPE) University of York – Philosophy, Politics and Economics Economics and Political Science (Manchester University)
  University of Wales Trinity Saint David (Art) Université Sorbonne Nouvelle – Licence Lettres Management & marketing (University of Bath)
  Imperial College London ICAM (Institut Catholique des Arts et Métiers) – Engineering Histoire et Anglais (La Sorbonne)
  UPEM (IT) Bristol University – Politics and Sociology Business with Chinese (Heriot-Watt University)
  INSA Strasburg (Prépa intégrée) Université d’Orsay – biologie, chimie, science de la terre BBA (IE University Spain)
    Ecole Polytechnique de Lausanne – Maths ESSEC business school in Cergy-Pontoise
    Université Paris Sud/Orsay – Maths and Physics Prépa Litéraire (lycée Janson de Sailly, Paris)
    Gap year then Lancaster University – Psychology and Mathematics Internship at Groupe Zebra, Lyon then Vancouver Film School, Canada
      Biomedical (Vrije University, Amsterdam)
      Human Geography with transport studies (University of Leeds)
      BSc in Physiotherapy (University of Winchester, England)
      Orientation Santé (ESME Sudria, Paris)
      Zoology (Swansea University, Wales)
      B.A. in Screen Acting (Met Film School in London)
      design and 2D/3D animation (RUBIKA Valenciennes)
      Gap year project on sustainability in EU then Bachelor in Engineering sciences, Germany
      Business Studies (Bath University)
      BA Education (University of Brighton)
      Biomedical Sciences (University of Paris)