A 12% raise was demanded for IGCSE and A Level curriculum
By Mah Jabeen
Around 54,000 entries for Cambridge were applied over 100 schools in UAE this year.
The demand for (CIE) Cambridge International Examination, IGCSE and A level was announced by the UK organization on Sunday, regarding a raise over 12% as compared to previous year.
The June 2017 series examination results are expected to be announced by the end of this week. The most demanding subjects recorded this year were mathematics, chemistry, and physics.
Nearly, every year, 10,000 countries in 160 countries prepare 1million Cambridge students are prepared for their future with an international education from Cambridge.
This year in UAE Cambridge International AS & A Level applications increased by 11 percent, where 3,500 students followed June 2017 exam series. Whereas, on the other hand Cambridge IGCSE entries rose by 13 percent in UAE during fiscal year. For over more than 8,000 UAE students chose Cambridge IGCSEs followed June 2017 series.
According to the latest survey Cambridge selection entries figured growth across programmes, in order to educate and assess students at every stage of the curriculum, Cambridge International AS & A Level applications raised by 10 percent this year and Cambridge IGCSE continues to be the global trendy curriculum” for 14 to 16 year olds, with an increase in the entries by seven percent globally.
Regional Director CIE for Middle East and North East Africa Mr. Waseem Al Hanbali, added, “I would like to congratulate our students in the UAE for the hard work that went into their exams this year. We are extremely fortunate to have worked with schools here for over 37 years and I am pleased to say that the popularity for our international qualifications continue to grow with the overall growth of the education sector in this country. Today’s great results were based upon the hard work and students and teachers dedication, together with the essential support and support from their families. It’s an collective effort that is viewed into the results of an individual. Well done everyone and I wish you victory as you progress towards the next point of your studies.”