International School helps its students prepare and enrol at universities of their choice.

ICE and AICE diplomas constitute an excellent stepping stone for further education, because they bring along a high passing rate for universities in Europe, Great Britain, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Africa…

However, it is important to know that the student’s AICE results significantly affect their course of studies.

Given that the faculties abroad have certain academic requirements, the students can apply only to the faculties whose requirements they meet.

Watch the video to see what qualifications you require to apply for studies in the USA:

Source: https://vimeo.com/210217694

For example, if someone wants to study mathematics at the University of Oxford, the requirement is to have an A* in Mathematics-Further. To study banking and finance at the University of Northampton, the requirement is to have at least a C in Mathematics.

It is important, therefore, to check the university programme requirements before choosing the A-level bundle and reconsider expectations wisely. Also, a student can apply to several faculties or university programmes at the same time and accept the offer they find most fitting.

In order to help the students prepare for the next step which will secure them a successful future, Savremena is organising very useful workshops for Y13 students, in which they will learn how to write a good CV and apply for universities, internships and, eventually, jobs.

We believe that the knowledge acquired through the Cambridge programme along with the internationally recognised diplomas, as proof of their preperedness, will provide our students with an advantage to enrol at any university in Serbia or abroad.

Here are the learning habits students need in order to be successful not only throughout their education, but at their future workplace, as well.

Source: www.cie.org.uk/cambridge-for/parents-and-students/

Visit the Cambridge website for more information:

Cambridge AICE Diploma recognition

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