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The Cambridge program is a four-stage learning program for students aged 5 to 19. Students can join the program at any stage.
Lower Division students will generally study Cambridge IGCSE subjects, while Upper Division students will progress to Cambridge International AS and A Level subjects.
Students can study a range of subjects at different levels.
We provide full support for teaching and learning through:
Cambridge programs and qualifications are accessible for a wide ability range, and offer stretch and challenge for the most able students.
Cambridge programs promote autonomous learning and an inquiry-based approach. Cambridge programs develop specific subject-based:
Cambridge programs also develop generic skills, such as:
Cambridge IGCSE and International A Levels are part of an internationally benchmarked continuum for students aged 5 to 19.
Lower Division students generally start to study Cambridge IGCSE subjects in Grade 9, continuing into Grade 10. Students can continue studying Cambridge IGCSE subjects through until Grade 12, or if they are ready for more advanced study, move on to Cambridge International AS Level subjects in Grade 11. Students who want to study at a higher level can move on to Cambridge International A Level subjects in Grade 12.
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We are a department of one of the world’s top universities, the University of Cambridge, renowned worldwide for excellence in education. As a not-for-profit organization, we continually invest in educational research and services to bring the values of the University of Cambridge into classrooms worldwide.