IGCSE’s International Secondary Qualifications
IGCSE’s are internationally recognised qualifications that are the same level and standard as GCSE but with an international perspective.
The IGCSE qualification is accepted by British Schools and colleges when determining a student’s suitability to study on Further Education (FE) Programmes including A Levels and University Foundation Programmes.
What are the IGCSE course requirements?
How long is the course?
Star Date: September (21 months)
What does the syllabus cover?
We offer packages in the following areas:
Each package consists of 5 subjects including English and Mathematics. Students studying for two years will take a final externally assessed examination at the end of the second year of the programme.The IGCSE programme is only available to those European students who do not require a TIER 4 to study in the United Kingdom.
Where does the course take place?
The course takes place at Cambridge Regional College, Kings Hedges Road, Cambridge, CB4 2QT. Look on the college website for maps and information about our facilities.
How much does the course cost?
£6,000 (per academic year)
Estimate for main textbook
(per IGCSE Subject): £40
£75 each subject
How do I apply for a place on the course?
You can apply online by clicking on the button below. Prospective candidates will be assessed initially through their application form and then with an interview face-to-face or via Skype. The purpose of this interview is both for tutors to assess your suitability for the course and also to give you the opportunity to find out more about the commitment you are taking on.