- Interview: Prospective students are required to undergo an entrance interview as part of the application process.
- Test in English: A proficiency test in English is mandatory for admission. The recommended level for A-Level entry is B2 (upper intermediate), while iGCSE entry level is B1 (intermediate).
- Enrolment: New students have the flexibility to commence their chosen program in either September or January.
- iGCSE and A-level programmes span two academic years. Exceptional students with a high level of English proficiency may qualify for a one-year iGCSE/A-level program.
- Students can opt for one or more subjects in both A-level and iGCSE programmes.
- Parents actively monitor their child’s progress and receive detailed reports from each teacher every term.
- The academic year comprises 33 teaching weeks divided into three terms.
- Small group classes with a maximum of 6 students are formed based on academic levels.
- Classes take place online. There are no pre-recorded lessons. All lessons are delivered live by British teachers.
- Classes are scheduled in the evenings and weekends for students attending offline school in their home country during the day.
- Daytime classes are available for those exclusively attending online schools.
- iGCSE and A-level exams can be conducted at international exam centres located in the student’s country of residence.
- Upon successful completion of the final iGCSE or A-level exams, students attain internationally recognized school qualifications.
Which subjects to choose?
For our younger students balancing online courses with attending school in their home country, we recommend adding iGCSE Maths and English to their learning portfolio. We also encourage students to explore additional subjects to enhance their learning experience.
Our older students can choose 3 A-levels subjects based on the University degree they wish to pursue. Our experienced university admission consultants will assist students in making the right choice of 3 A-level subjects, taking into account their future plans for higher education.
Certain subjects hold universal value and are beneficial for admission to various university degrees. For instance, excelling in iGCSE and A-level Mathematics is highly esteemed when applying for university degrees in Mathematics, Computer Science, Economics, Biochemistry, and Engineering. Choosing such subjects strategically broadens your academic foundation and enhances your prospects across diverse fields of study.
- Personalised approach: thanks to small group classes, our teachers have the opportunity to dedicate maximum attention to each student.
- Opportunity for parents to monitor their child’s learning path.
- Interactive online learning platform: each student has their own personal account, where they track their academic progress, receive assignments and grades and access teachers' feedback.
- Learning takes place from the comfort of your own home, free from the distractions encountered in traditional school classrooms.
- Flexible schedule that allows each student to progress at a comfortable pace.
- Development of self-discipline through the process of completing assignments and independent work.
- International standard and quality of education at a more affordable price thanks to online learning.
Kings College, University of London (BA War Studies and Classics)
Institute of Education, University of London (MA in Business Education; PGCE in Business and Economics Education); The Management Centre, University of Bradford (BSc (Honours) Degree in Business and Management)
Goldsmiths, University of London; City of London University (BSc Insurance and Investment (Financial Mathematics))
University of Leeds (BSc (Hons) in Biology); King's College London (PGCE Secondary Science Teaching (QTS with Masters Credits)); University of Gloucestershire (Masters in Education - Professional studies (MEd))