The knowledge acquired at Savremena International School is recognised all around the world. With our qualifications students are eligible to enrol into both national and international institutions of higher education.
Students who graduate from the Combined Cambridge programme have a competitive advantage over their peers given that by following a bilingual curriculum, i.e. both English- and Serbian-mediated lessons, and by obtaining valuable knowledge, skills and the qualifications to match, they have prepared themselves in the best possible way for universities in Serbia and abroad. The world is their oyster and unlimited opportunities await. That’s what makes the Combined programme a truly winning combination.
Open doors to universities across the world
Bilingual education offered by the Combined programme enables our students to transcend the barrier between their first and second language to the point where English comes as natural to them as their mother tongue. With such a proficiency level they will have no trouble enrolling into universities abroad and holding their own with other native speakers and their peers from all across the world.
For students who are not looking to venture out into the world, and would rather continue their studies in Serbia, our school has an agreement with a number of private universities through which our students are granted priority enrolment. Graduating from Savremena International School also enables them to enrol into the Information Technology School (ITS) directly, as it belongs to the same educational framework as our school.
Free preparatory courses for the graduation examination
We firmly believe that with the knowledge they are set to acquire in the Combined programme, and the internationally recognised diplomas as testaments to their education and competencies, our students will have no trouble enrolling into the university of their choice, wherever it may be.
In an effort to prepare our students for higher education in the best possible way, we have decided to top off their schooling with preparatory courses specifically tailored to meet the enrolment requirements set by both Serbian and international universities. This is simply our way of helping students consolidate their knowledge and giving them that one final boost of confidence before they take their secondary school graduation examination.
Prepared to meet the changes in the matriculation process!
With a view to adapting the educational system to EU standards, the Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development has announced that instead of taking entrance exams at universities, secondary school students would take a secondary school graduation examination.
Savremena International School strives to continuously adapt and update its curriculum to changes and trends in modern education, we are thus more than ready to meet these new requirements and help our students adapt to the changes in a smooth and fuss-free way. Our students will breeze through the state matriculation examination, pass it with flying colours, enrol into their university-of-choice and embark on a new journey through higher education.
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On par with peers from all around the world
With the knowledge and skills they acquire, Savremena International School students will be able to enrol into any university, hold their own with their peers from secondary schools around the world and achieve all of their academic ambitions.
In addition, the Centre for Career Development team, working as a part of LINK group’s elaborate educational framework, will assist students who wish to continue their studies abroad. Finding the university that will meet and support their ambitions, interests and talents as well as gathering and submitting all the necessary enrolment documentation are no longer matters students will have to face on their own. The CCD team is there to help.
The valuable competencies and qualifications Savremena International school students acquire give them a firm advantage over their peers when it comes to enrolling into institutions of higher education.