Cambridge International A Level

Cambridge International AS and A Levels are internationally benchmarked qualifications providing excellent preparation for university education.

They are part of the Cambridge Advanced stage. They are taken in over 125 countries and offer a choice of 60 different subjects. Cambridge International AS and A Level qualifications are widely recognised and valued by universities and employers alike. Some US universities give up to a year’s credit as a result. Every year, thousands of Cambridge International A Level students gain places at good universities worldwide – including the UK, USA, Canada, New Zealand and Australia.

Schools and learners find Cambridge 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.

You’ve heard the saying “Jack of all trades, master of none”? At Oxbridge we are truly masters of our trade. We have focused on the delivery of A Levels to Nigerian secondary school students since 1993. We have successfully placed hundreds of students in institutions all over the world.

We are continually improving our facilities and sharpening the skills of our teachers. This makes us the best choice if your ambition is to get your child into the best tertiary institution possible.

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