What is the difference between Bilingual and the Cambridge A Level programme 

 

AS AND A2 Levels
 
  • Students in Grade 9 and 10 can choose to write the IGCSE exams from Cambridge (CIE - Cambridge International Exams)
  • These students will be registered as IGCSE students and will write externally set exams known as the IGCSE
  • They will proceed to Grade 11 after completing Grade 10 and will enter their first year of the AS Levels programme. They will sit for external AS Level exams set by the University of Cambridge
  • After completing Grade 11, they will enter their final year of school in grade 12 (A2) and sit for their final Cambridge exams giving them access to a wide range of international universities and colleges around the world
  • Students entering the CIE Programme are all eligible for scholarships awarded by the Ministry of Education and other institutions
 
Bilingual 1 and 2
 
  • Students in Grade 9 and 10 can choose not to write the IGCSE exams
  • These students will be registered as Bilingual Students and will write internally set exams instead of the IGCSE
  • They will proceed to Grade 11 after completing Grade 10 and will enter their first year of the Bilingual Programme (Bilingual 1)
  • After completing Grade 11, they will enter their final year of school in Grade 12 (Bilingual 2) and sit for the externally set, Ministry of Education Exams
  • Students entering the Bilingual Programme are all eligible for scholarships awarded by the Ministry of Education and other institutions

 

 

 
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