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Our recognition database is an online directory of organisations around the world which have specifically provided us with formal written acceptance of Cambridge qualifications.
If you would like your organisation included in the recognition search results please register your recognition details.
The following factsheets give key information about our qualifications to admissions staff to help you make the application process.
For more information about specific syllabuses go to the subject pages for Cambridge IGCSE, Cambridge O Level, Cambridge International AS & A Level and Cambridge Pre-U.
Cambridge International AS & A Levels are recognised as a passport to success in education, university and employment. They are taken by students in over 130 countries.
Cambridge International AS and A Level factsheet - English
Cambridge International AS & A Level Factsheet - Arabic
Cambridge International AS & A Level Factsheet - Bahasa Indonesia
Cambridge International AS & A Level Factsheet - Chinese
Cambridge International AS & A Level Factsheet - French
Cambridge International AS & A Level Factsheet - Italian
Cambridge International AS & A Level Factsheet - Japanese
Cambridge International AS & A Level Factsheet - Portuguese
Cambridge International AS & A Level Factsheet - Spanish
Cambridge International AS & A Level Factsheet - Thai
Cambridge International AS & A Level Factsheet - Turkish
Cambridge Pre-U is primarily taught in UK schools an alternative to A Level. It is offered by a growing number of UK schools.
Cambridge Pre-U Guide for Admissions Staff - English
Cambridge IGCSE is the world's most popular international curriculum for students aged 14 to 16 years. It is recognised by leading universities, further education institutions and employers around the world as evidence of academic achievement.
Cambridge IGCSE Guide for Universities
Cambridge IGCSE Guide for Universities - Italian
Cambridge IGCSE Guide for Universities - Turkish
Cambridge IGCSE Guide for Universities - Spanish
Cambridge Global Perspectives is an interdisciplinary programme that helps students at every stage of school education develop a strong set of transferable skills through the study of global issues. We developed the programme in response to concerns from universities over the ‘college-readiness’ of students. As such, Cambridge Global Perspectives equips students with a firm grasp of core research, collaboration, presentation and higher-order thinking skills – skills students need to be successful at school, university and in their future careers.
Find out more about why universities value Cambridge Global Perspectives.
View our Global Perspectives and Research Statement of Support from colleges and universities.
UK NARIC, the national agency in the UK for the recognition and comparison of international qualifications and skills, has carried out independent benchmarking studies of Cambridge IGCSE and Cambridge International AS & A Level.
Outcomes and further details about these studies can be found through accessing the link below:
UK NARIC benchmarking studies
We release exam results worldwide in January (following the November exam series) and August (June exam series). In India, we hold an extra exam series in March and release results in May. We offer a range of services to universities to help you verify candidates’ exam results quickly.
Results verification service
Universities and other academic organisations can apply for free access to our secure website, CIE Direct, to view and verify students’ results online. Alternatively, universities can ask individual students to apply to us for verification of their certificates.
Find out how to apply for these services on the verification of students’ results page.
We send certificates to schools up to eight weeks after provisional results are released. This is to allow time for us to resolve any enquiries about results. The certificates confirm the candidates’ results as final.
We can send a candidate’s provisional results directly to a particular institution on the day they are a released. Candidates need to apply to us for this priority results service by completing the ‘Results and certificates – form 9’. It is available in Phase 6 – Results and certificates