Cambridge IGCSE is the world’s most popular international qualification for 14 to 16 years old, attracting over 900,000 subject entries every year from 140 countries.
The IGCSE (International General Certificate of Secondary Education) programme is an external examination taken at the end of Year 10 and 11. Cambridge IGCSE helps students to develop knowledge, understanding and skills in subject content and intellectual enquiry. Cambridge IGCSE has been designed for students worldwide, including those whose first language is not English. It provides this age group with goals, benchmarks, academic discipline, examination experience and an indicator of future success.
IGCSE is an international examination set by the University of Cambridge International Examinations. The papers are centrally corrected and marked at the Cambridge International Assessments Examination Centre in the UK.
- English Language
- Mandarin Language
- Malay Language
Additional options in Years 10 and 11 include:
- Environmental Management
- English Literature
- Coordinated Science
- Combined Science
- Business Studies