At JTC, we believe that a deep and unshakeable understanding of a subject is a pre-requisite for teaching it well—here's Joshua's academic track record serving as proof in the pudding!
GCSE and A-Level
10 A*s at GCSE-level
4 A*s at A-level in Maths, Further Maths, Physics and Chemistry.
University - Imperial College London
Joshua graduated Imperial College London's 'MSci Physics with a Year in Europe' course in 2014, achieving a First Class Honors degree and winning the Abdus Salam Prize for best undergraduate in the physics department.
Grenoble INP, France
In Joshua's third year at university he completed a year-long exchange in Grenoble where he published a handful of papers in astrophysics.
It was whilst in Grenoble that he also discovered a passion for languages.
Alas, his brief sejour en France was cut short when he returned to London in 2014 for his final year at Imperial College.
Joshua's academic awards in physics include:
Abdus Salam Prize—best undergraduate in Imperial College Physics Department (2014)
Governor's MSci Prize—highest GPA in final year of Physics MSci degree (2014)
Joshua's academic publications in physics include:
Whilst waiting for PhD-funding, Joshua found himself tutoring in Dubai as a gap-filler. Now, ten years later, that same gap-filler has transformed itself into a long and fulfilling career.
Joshua has come to learn that whilst he may have loved to pursue a PhD in physics in a second life, he's a people person, and the blending of that trait with science and maths is the great privilege that teaching affords him.