About International GCSEs
International GCSEs direct students around the globe towards a better future, preparing them for further study, or for employment. They are recognised by leading universities and employers worldwide, and are an international passport to progression and success.
Developed by subject specialists and reviewed regularly, International GCSEs include specific international content to make them relevant to students worldwide.
What are International GCSEs?
International GCSEs are academic qualifications aimed at learners aged 14 to 16.
International GCSEs are linear qualifications, meaning that students take all of the exams at the end of the course. They are available at Level 1 (grades 3 – 1) and Level 2 (grades 9 – 4).
There are currently more than 200,000 learners studying International GCSEs, in countries throughout Asia, Africa, Europe, the Middle East, and Latin America.
Why study International GCSEs?
- Wide subject range
- Options for progression
- Global recognition
- Extensive student support