Leading US and Canadian universities require Cambridge International AS and A Levels, but some US and Canadian colleges and universities will accept learners with five Cambridge IGCSEs at grade C or above.
Students get to choose from 70 subjects at this level, based on their innate abilities, and go on to win the International Certificate of Education(ICE), which is conferred by Cambridge University along with the IGCSE certificate.
At NES International - IB World School, the IGCSE programme is offered along with the IB MYP syllabus.
Our association with the University of Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE), U.K. is designed to provide a centre of studies for educational excellence at International level
We believe, Cambridge qualifications will lead a good number of our students to the threshold of true global education.
CAIE offers a broad range of qualification, for international audience, including IGCSE, creating potentials for the business-based Cambridge International Diplomas.
CAIE is the world's largest provider of International Qualifications for age level 14-19 years.
Over 9,000 schools in 160 countries conduct CAIE courses recognising its impact on global education.
CAIE is part of the world-renowned University of Cambridge overseas curricula.
CAIE holds more than 16,000 training days a year, empowering 6,500 teachers from across the globe with the skills and knowledge for students to succeed.
2012: Student Tops English in the World
Ms. Nikita Karulkar ranked best in the world with English as first language in Cambridge International Examinations held in November 2012
2011: Students puts INDIA on the Map in Geography
Mst. Urvin Sonata Is India topper of Geography for IGCSE examinations held in May 2011
2009: Student Ranked best in INDIA
Mst. Munsif Husami gloriously topped IGCSE examinations held in November 2009 with English as a second language.
2008 – 2009: Student Tops IGCSE Levels, Nationally
IGCSE student Mst. Adeetya Shreedhar ranked topmost in India at Cambridge International Examinations in May 2008 and 2009.