Studied at schools worldwide over two years from age 14 to 16 (Years 10 and 11), the International General Certificate of Secondary Education or IGCSE, is an internationally recognised curriculum and qualification offered by The University of Cambridge Internal Examinations Board.
The curriculum is designed to promote enquiry based approaches to learning. It offers over 70 subjects which are assessed individually via a combination of coursework and both written and oral examinations. The courses, though studied in English, are designed to be internationally relevant and sensitive to different cultures.