“Victory belongs to the most persevering”

– Napoleon Bonaparte


I did my primary education at an all-boys school in South Africa – St. Davids Marist Inanda. I moved to the Isle of Man in 2007 and did my secondary education from Year 7 to Year 13 with the UK system, across two different schools, Ballakermeen High School and King William’s College. I did a BSc at Durham University in Computer Science and I’m now at St. Andrews studying for an MLitt. in Management.



  • At Durham, I graduated with an upper-second-class (II.i) degree with Honours.
  • For A Levels, I studied Mathematics, Physics, Economics and compulsory General Studies (ABAA*). I also scored particularly well in my Business Economics paper for microeconomics, attaining 100% in all my essays and questions. I also studied AS Further Maths. I scored 520 UCAS points in total.
  • I attained an A* – A average grouping for my GCSEs and IGCSEs. My A* grades were in Religion, Physics IGCSE and Mathematics. I studied French as a foreign language. My optionals were Business Studies IGCSE, Product Design – D&T and Geography IGCSE.