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Cambridge Assessment International Education
Pathways to university
We are committed to continually improving the qualifications and support we offer. We develop innovative and exciting curricula to make sure Cambridge learners are equipped for new and future challenges. Here is a selection of new qualifications:
Cambridge IPQ is an exciting project-based qualification. Students have the opportunity to develop skills by carrying out research into a topic of their choice. They record their progress in a research log and then submit a 5000-word report for assessment. Taking Cambridge IPQ allows learners to demonstrate engagement with their chosen topic beyond preparation for an exam, helping them to stand out from the crowd with university and job applications.
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Cambridge International AS & A Level Digital Media & Design is a new addition to the Cambridge International creative subject suite. This syllabus is for learners who want to explore a range of processes and techniques in digital media. The subject content is grouped into three broad areas of study: digital photography, moving image through film and animation, and mobile and multimedia applications including games design. Schools can structure a course around a single area of study or create a course that includes a combination of two or three areas of study.
Cambridge International AS & A Level Drama encourages learners to develop their skills in performing, devising and researching a wide range of theatrical styles and genres. They learn to communicate with an audience through practical and creative work on performance texts and their own devised material, both as individuals and in groups. Underpinned by theoretical and practical study, they learn to research, analyse, create and interpret, and to become skilled, well-informed and reflective theatrical practitioners who enjoy drama.
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