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Bryan Wong - Music Scholar

Ever wondered what being a Music Scholar at Worksop College is like? Sixth Form student, Bryan Wong talks us through the process.

“Being a Music Scholar at Worksop College is rewarding and exciting.

Numerous opportunities to excel musically have made me a more confident and skilled musician (e.g. Chapel Choir, orchestra and ensembles).

I cannot imagine myself playing the cello and singing at this level now, without the support of staff members in the Music Department, who are so supportive and inspiring.

Since I am an overseas student, I was interviewed through “Skype”, where I played a piece each for cello, voice and piano. The experience was not as scary as I thought it would be!

At A-levels, I am taking Economics, Maths and Further Maths, which I find really challenging but enjoyable. I am looking forward to reading Economics and Philosophy at University.

I feel like being a music scholar complements my studies well, as playing music relaxes me and subsequently provides me the momentum I need to reach my potentials.

Apart from music, I am also a keen badminton player. The Colleges’ facilities fit my interests perfectly. I would tell any prospect applicants to go for it!”

To arrange to come and visit us,  get in touch with our Admissions Team on 01909537100. You can also request a prospectus here, or drop us an email