Brookstone International Foundation School wins the Northern Consortium of UK Universities Award for Outstanding Academic Performance for the second consecutive year and NCUK University Admission Award in 2017 out of 51 centres world wide.


The 4th NCUK Partner Conference and Prize Award Ceremony took place on the 10th & 11th of November 2016 at the University of Manchester, United Kingdom. NCUK Prizes are awarded to the highest achieving centre and students from NCUK Centres worldwide. The prize fund for 2016 was £1,000,000 (1 million pound) and was awarded to 50 students.

Brookstone International Foundation School won the Best Academic Award for 2016 which means we have the best results over 350 NCUK centres throughout the world. 

Two students of our Port Harcourt Centre Class of 2016, Tobenna Ozigbu and Olivia Anuinoh were awarded Centre Prizes for “Best Performing Students”.  At the ceremony Tobenna and Olivia received a cheque for £5000 each, from Professor Ken Gill, the Chief Executive of NCUK.

Tobenna started in Year 7 at Brookstone School (Secondary), progressing through Years 7 to 11. Tobenna wrote his IGCSE in Year 11 with outstanding results. He proceeded to the International Foundation School after Year 11 and combined his IFY programme with the WASSCE examinations. Tobenna graduated with outstanding WASSCE results in the 2015/2016 academic years. His performance on the IFY Engineering programme was likewise exceptional, achieving a maximum 4A* in all 4 modules taken on the programme (Physics A*, Chemistry A*, Mathematics A* and English for Academic Purposes for Proficient Users (EAPPU) A*). He was offered places at Russell Group Universities of Manchester, Sheffield and Leeds to study Mechatronics & Robotics. He is currently studying at the University of Manchester where he acts as an NCUK Ambassador.

Olivia joined the Brookstone International Foundation School after her WASSCE. She was admitted into the Humanities Stream of the Foundation programme. She also achieved a remarkable grade of 4A* in all modules taken on the programme (Business Studies A*, Economics A*, Society & Politics A* and English for Academic Purpose for Proficient Users (EAPPU) A*). She was offered places at Russell Groups Universities of Birmingham and Leeds to study Law. She is currently studying at the University of Birmingham where she also functions as an NCUK Ambassador.

CONGRATULATIONS to Tobenna and Olivia.

We are very proud of Tobenna and Olivia for their impressive performance and wish them success in their future studies.

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