Talent Acquisition Specialist
Louis Jones studied A Levels at Cardiff Academy and went on to study History and Philosophy and has an Mphil from the University of Cambridge.
He is currently a talent acquisition specialist at G research.
McTimoney Animal Practitioner
Amy Baxter studied A Levels at Cardiff Academy and went on to study Biomedical Science at University Liverpool.
She then went to obtain an MSc in animal manipulation from the McTimoney College of Chiropractic in Oxford
British Heart Foundation Clinical Research Fellow & Cardiology Speciality Registrar
Jamie Kitt studied A Levels at Cardiff Academy and went on to study Natural Sciences Cambridge University. He is currently a Speciality Registrar at Thames Valley (Oxford).
Data Scientist – Rolls Royce
Jessica Woodward studied A Levels at Cardiff Academy and went on to study Physics at Kings College London.
She also has a PhD from The University of Edinburgh in Genetics.
She is currently working at Rolls Royce as a Data Scientist.
Ben Cole studied A Levels at Cardiff Academy and went on to study Natural Sciences at Cambridge University.
He is now a renowned wedding photographer.
His work can be viewed here : benmillarcole.com
Stage Director – Opera
Herald Angel Award winner Jack Furness studied A Levels at Cardiff Academy. Cardiff Academy helped Jack get admission into Cambridge University to study music, where he received a double first-class honours degree. Whilst at Cambridge, Jack founded the ambitious and innovative Shadwell Opera, of which he is the Artistic Director.
Specialist Registrar Urological Surgery
Aditya Manjunath studied A Levels at Cardiff Academy and went on to study Medicine at Cardiff University.
He is now a Consultant at Southmead Hospital, Bristol and specialises in Urological surgery.
Accountant – Data Analyst at Deloitte
Max Cliffe studied A Levels at Cardiff Academy and went on to study Accounting and Finance with Chinese at the University of Nottingham.
He spent the second year of his degree in Ningbo, China studying Mandarin and Chinese business environment.
He is currently a Data Analyst at Deloitte.
Head of Physiotherapy and Medical Services at Cricket Ireland
Mark Rausa studied A Levels at Cardiff Academy and went on to study Physiotherapy at Cardiff University. He is now the Head of Physiotherapy and Medical Services at Cricket Ireland. Mark has extensive experience working with elite athletes and has been in charge of the England Lions Science and Medicine team
“When I started with the Academy this was during a very difficult period and the atmosphere and support at the Academy was an enormous help an a huge relief from what I had experienced before.
I know it is a cliche, but I honestly do not think I would be where I am now or achieved what I have achieved had I not spent that year at the Academy. Within a short time, I felt like I was more a part of the family than a part of the school.
I have nothing but the utmost respect for the work that you do.”
“I don’t even know where to begin telling you how gateful I am for everything Cardiff Academy did for me. I wouldn’t be doing what I’m doing today if it wasn’t for all of you there. I found all my teachers at the Academy really caring, approachable and friendly throughout my 5 years. This teaching approach really increased my confidence and enabled me to work to my full potential. I was grateful for all the help with the UCAS application, too, and the interview practice. I had some of the best years of my life in the Academy and I miss it lots!”Anusha Sethi, Dentistry
“I very much appreciate being admitted to the college in the first place, particularly with a scholarship; it really helped my family. I can honestly say that my 2 years at Cardiff Academy were superb and the college environment was brilliant for me. I’ll be honest – I treated the college as a second home, with its relaxing atmosphere and chilled out teachers. One thing I know for certain is that this college helped to bring out my full potential and that I could never have done as well in another school. I will always be thankful!”Khorum Sarwar, Economics
“Thank you for letting me be a student at Cardiff Academy, for bearing with me when I was ill, making lessons and school time enjoyable, listening to me when I had a ‘special moment’ (and we won’t say how often that was!), letting me have the occasional rant, oh – and actually teaching me as well. I had a brilliant 4 years and may, at some point, try to sneak my way back in!”Louiselle Morris, Psychology
“Thank you so much for all you have done for me. I often think of Cardiff Academy and very fondly; I loved my 2 years there, especially because I always felt so supported, comfortable and accepted. I miss all of you!”Giorgia Cacace, International Politics
“Thank you very much for 2 years of quality teaching and support – words cannot express my gratitude.”Louis Jones, Criminology (Cambridge)