The Cambridge International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) empowers your children to study in distinguished universities in the United Kingdom, United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, and Singapore.
Empower your children to study and work in multicultural cities. The IGCSE builds a solid foundation for your children to learn analytical thinking, cultural integration, innovation, and effective communication. These important life skills help your children succeed in a global economy.
Cambridge University created the IGCSE 25 years ago. This system has been tested and trusted by schools around the world. The curriculum focuses on intellectual development across important subjects like Accounting, Economics, Mathematics, Chemistry, and Physics.
Teachers actively develop the students’ creativity and self-confidence.
After receiving the Cambridge IGCSE at age 17, students proceed to sit for the GCE A-Level examination. After that, they are prepared to study in the leading universities in the world.
Earn a globally-recognised qualification.
The IGCSE and GCE A-Level are considered for entry into the public and private universities. Applicants should check the entry requirements of the specific faculties before applying. This information is from the Cambridge Assessment International Education Recognition Search records.
Students will study the following subjects. All subjects are taught in English.
The academic year begins in January 2019. There are 4 assessments per year. New international students need to sit for an English Language placement test. Students who qualify to enter SJIS will undergo an English preparatory course from September 2018 to December 2018. This ensures that they are proficient in reading, speaking, listening, and writing in English.