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OMs from around the World...

An update from some of our international alumni...
OMs from across the world!
OMs from across the world!

At Mill Hill we are lucky to have had the opportunity to welcome pupils from all over the world to our School. International pupils truly enrich the Foundation by adding diversity to our community, opening minds to new cultures and ideas. 

It is wonderful to bring people together from all different paths, giving them shared experiences that will connect them for years after they leave Mill Hill. The Old Millhillian bond is strong!

Some international pupils go back to their countries after School whilst others continue their education in the UK. We would like to keep in touch with our multinational alumni so please do contact us to let us know what you have been up to since leaving Mill Hill.

Here are some testimonials from some of our global friends and what they are up to now... 


Clement, Hong Kong
Mill Hill School: 2015 –19

A Level Subjects: Physics, Maths (A*), Further Maths, Business

Where are they now: Studying Aerospace Engineering with Private Pilot Instructions at University of Sheffield, hoping to become a Pilot (or enter the Engineering in the Aerospace industry)

Mill Hill had an amazing sense of community and made me feel like I was at home, especially coming far from home as a boarder. The diverse activities on offer at Mill Hill allowed me to expand and develop interests in different areas, giving me a well-rounded experience before university where I continued to develop these interests further.
The teachers were extremely kind and supportive in Mill Hill, lessons were lively and interesting and staff were willing to give a helping hand at all times; I always felt comfortable asking questions. I have managed to maintain good relationships with many of the teachers and Housemasters,

My overall experience at Mill Hill has been enriching and fulfilling, there were lots of ups and downs but fortunately there were friends and staff to support me throughout my journey, and I have definitely become a more responsible and all-rounded person ever since.


Ching, Hong Kong
Mill Hill School: 2015-20

A Level Subjects: Music (A), Business (B), DT (C)

Where are they now: Studying Music and Music Psychology at the University of Leeds

My musical life began with learning the violin at the age of four, but my passion truly started when I met the Musical Director at Mill Hill School, Mr. Kyle. Since then, I have realised that music is psychologically powerful and gathers people of all ages and cultures. I am looking to pursue a career in music therapy or music teaching. I am hoping I can inspire changes for the benefits of others, and help to ‘instil values and inspire minds’ through music.
What I liked about studying in Mill Hill School is that it is about finding the right path for you, what you really want to do and what sort of a person you want to become. The school is very supportive of all pupils and the size of the classes allows the teachers to give attention to every single person. I found this extremely helpful, particularly in the subjects I was less confident in!

Mill Hill School is full of pupils from all around the world, speaking in different languages and with different cultural backgrounds. It is extraordinary to be able to meet so many people within a school environment. It was a place where I have discovered my true passion in what I wanted to do, a place where I have met so many amazing individuals and a place where I made many memories which will stay with me forever.  


Josh, Hong Kong
Mill Hill School: 2017-19

A Level Subjects: Chemistry, Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Biology

Where are they now: Studying Chemistry at Oxford University

I liked that pupils were offered a wide range of extra-curricular programmes, as well as additional academic activities to further our learning. For example, I thoroughly enjoyed taking part in the Cambridge Chemistry Challenge and the RSC Chemistry Olympiad, both of which helped me bridge the large jump in difficulty between A-level and university-level chemistry.
The teaching quality in general was great. Some teachers would even go above and beyond the syllabus to ensure that pupils reached a deeper level of understanding. I particularly liked Ms Ashraf’s teaching style, her classrooms were always active and fun.
The boarding staff lived amongst us at Ridgeway House, helping us complete day-to-day tasks. We were like a big family. Spending two years as a full-time boarder really helped me transition to independent living at university.


Agne, Lithuania
Mill Hill School: 2018 – 20

A Level Subjects: Biology (A), Physics (C), Maths (B)

Where are they now: Studying Biology at Amsterdam University College, hoping to go into Research in Biological Science

I really enjoyed the staff and the facilities. Boarding allowed me to have a good day-to-day routine and a welcoming community to live in. I learned a lot and also had quite a lot of fun! Boarding allowed me to immerse myself into Mill Hill School life and my studies, whilst still living a healthy social life. 


Danyal, Pakistan
Mill Hill School: 2018-20

A Level Subjects: Biology (B), Chemistry (B), Classical Civilisation (B)

Where are they now: Studying Biomedical Science at Royal Holloway, University of London, hoping to go into Medicine or something related to pharmaceuticals.

I really liked the pupil/teacher ratio at Mill Hill School and also the facilities. It was great meeting people from various countries and cultures and their unique personalities. I also really liked my House Master, Mr. Turner. Mill Hill School has had a huge impact on my life, it made me a better and a more confident person.





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