As an alternative to the more common GCE A-Level, Cambridge Pre-U is also a school leaving qualification offered to students aged from 16 to 19, and can be used for university admissions. Launched in 2008, Cambridge Pre-U offers more depth to subject materials compared to GCE A-Level. Cambridge Pre-U currently offers 24 Principal Subjects, each of which require two years of study in an official programme comprising of final exams. However, for some Cambridge Pre-U subjects, short programmes (which might require only one year of study) are also available.
The International Baccalaureate (IB) education system offers 3 international programmes, each of which caters to a different age group.
They are as follows:
The IBMYP Curriculum
The IBMYP covers 8 groups of subjects: Language Acquisition, Language and Literature, Individuals and Societies, Sciences, Mathematics, Arts, Physical and Health Education, and Design. On average there are 50 hours of learning in all 8 categories every year.