Junior college education (JC) at Anglo prepares our students for the ‘A’ level exams set by the UK Cambridge Examination Board. Our students follow the CIE Cambridge syllabus, where they are able to foster new approaches to learning and develop a wider range of skills to think critically and creatively. At the end of the 2-year JC course, the students will take the CIE international ‘A’ level exams as evidence of knowledge attainment for entry to universities and institutions of higher education. The ‘AS’ level examinations are taken after a year either as part of the ‘A’ level course or as a separate, individual qualification.
Based on the CIE syllabus, students at this level will have earned the academic achievement of specialisation in the specified subject. Cambridge International ‘A’ level is subject –based; students may choose to study fewer subjects in more depth. There are no compulsory subjects at CIE International ‘A’ level as the students may choose a route through Science, Humanities, or any other areas as offered by Anglo.
Students will take the ‘A/AS’ levels through Anglo, which is a registered CIE centre.