International Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate equal to A Level

Overview

UKAP International Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate equal to A Levels are internationally accepted qualifications providing excellent preparation for higher institution education. They are part of the UKAP lower and higher stage.

 

They are taken in over 75 countries and offer a choice of 40 different subjects. UKAP International Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate is equal to A Level qualifications are widely recognised and valued by universities and employers alike. Some Australian, New Zealand, Canada universities give up to a year's credit as a result. Every year, thousands of UKAP International A Level students gain places at good universities worldwide - including the UK, USA, Canada, New Zealand and Australia.

 

Schools and learners find UKAP International AS and A Levels very flexible. Schools can offer almost any combination of the wide choice of subjects available. Learners have the freedom to select the subjects that are right for them - they either follow a broad course of study, or specialise in a particular area.

 

UKAP International Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate

UKAP International Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate is equal to A Levels have half the content of the corresponding UKAP International Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate may be completed in one year. Schools can offer UKAP International Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate as a qualification in its own right or as a stage on the way to UKAP International Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate. Learners can study UKAP International Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate alongside other subjects to increase breadth in the curriculum and build further knowledge and understanding to other subjects they are studying at UKAP.

 

International relevance

UKAP International Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate Level syllabuses have been created specifically for an international students. The content of International Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate is carefully devised to suit the wide variety of UKAP course providers worldwide and avoid any cultural bias. The structure and administration of UKAP International Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate are also designed to meet the needs of our course providers and learners around the world.

UKAP International Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate use a wide range of assessment processes and techniques to supplement formal written examinations - orals, practical’s, projects and coursework of differing types are all used in various subjects where they are the most effective and appropriate means of measuring attainment.

 

Reporting of achievement

Each subject that a UKAP international Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate student takes Level receives a separately certificated grade. From 2013, the UKAP International Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate Level will be reported on a grade scale from A* grade, awarded for the highest level of achievement, to E, indicating the minimum required performance. UKAP International Centers should note there is no A* grading in the certification of UKAP International Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate Levels, which will continue to run from Grade A to Grade E.

 

 

Distance Education and Training Council

UKAP has built a tradition of excellence that spans a quarter century. Our accredited programmes and career training are accredited by the Distance Education and Training Council (DETC) UK as a Internationally recognized accrediting agency. Their rigorous evaluation process applies the same standards upheld by brick-and-mortar institutions.

UKAP's accredited programmes diploma and certificate programs continually meet and exceed the DETC's standards of excellence in admissions, and administrative procedures and quality curriculum materials.

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