What is IGCSE?
IGCSE is the abbreviation of ‘International General Certificate of Secondary Education.’ It is an internationally recognised qualification for school students, typically in the 15-16 age group. Students study the IGCSE programme from Year 10 to 11, in which they are prepared for further academic work including progression to AS Level and A2 Level study in Year 12 and 13.
IGCSE is designed to be an international curriculum aimed at encouraging high academic standards through a practical approach to teaching and learning. IGCSE provides a broad study programme covering the following subject areas:
2) Humanities and Social Sciences
5) Creative, Technical and Vocational.
Most IGCSE subjects can be studied at New Cambridge.