Over the years, Excell3 have impacted the lives of thousands of students and parents across the nation. Here are a few testimonials from the journeys we have impacted.
Oriel College, University of Oxford
“I very much enjoyed hosting students from King Solomon International Business School & the Excell3 Apex Universities Programme at Oriel College. The students were impressively mature, knowledgeable and focused, and seemed very much at home taking in the history and traditions of Oxford University. It was especially exciting to see them interact with an alumna of the Apex Programme, who is not only currently studying at Oxford but had received an offer for a postgraduate course from the University the very same day: it is so powerful for students to see that the programme can have a genuine impact on the lives of people like them. Oriel College’s outreach programme places emphasis on hard work and choice: Oxbridge is one of many options available to young people who are focused on their education, and is a choice available to all, regardless of background. I certainly hope that these young people will keep up their excellent work ethic and remember that a university like Oxford can be an option for their futures if they want it to be. I look forward to working with them and others like them in the future.”
India CollinsDavies Outreach Officer
Thank you for the Oxford University Black Boys Can Programme
“I would like to take this opportunity to thank you, and your organisation for the excellent Oxford University Black Boys programmer. Five of our students were accepted onto the programme and the feedback they gave me was very positive. They found the programme both rewarding and inspirational. I am optimistic that their involvement in this programme will play a key role in helping them to reach their potential. Such has been the impact on these boys, that we are now training them to act as school mentors working with other people in the school. I would not hesitate in nominating our students for involvement in future programmes and look forward to working with you again in the future.” Head Teacher