The International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) is one of the most recognized qualifications around the world. IGCSE courses are renowned for developing vital educational skills, including recall of knowledge, oral skills, problem-solving initiative, teamwork, and investigative skills. The resulting qualification provides a foundation for high-level courses.
'A' Level is a two-year program after Std. X offered by the University of Cambridge International Examinations. 'A' Level is one of the most recognized qualifications around the world. It is accepted as proof of academic ability for entry into universities, institutes of higher education and military schools, and is equally important for young people moving into employment. These exams are highly specialized and comprise of only three subjects.
Studying for 'A' Level is academically challenging but offers excellent preparation for the next stage in your education – for study at university or college.
Students planning to study abroad have a very good opportunity as they can complete the 'A' Level of the University of Cambridge International Examination at Boston World School. This cuts down not only the cost of study but also the cost of traveling abroad as well as accommodation.
'A' Level qualifications are taken in over 160 different countries and are recognized by universities, education providers and employers across the globe.
All faculties appointed are adequately qualified and experienced to deliver the IGCSE curriculum, however, the BOSTON policy encourages the continuous professional development of teachers throughout the year ensuring good teaching and successful learning.
The same education would cost you ₤7,000 (Rs. 6 lacs) per year, i.e., ₤14,000 (Rs. 12 lacs) for a two years period of tuition fees. The cost of accommodation and other living expenses would be approximately ₤12,000 (Rs. 10 lacs) for two years. Thus the total expenditure would be around Rs. 22 lacs.
Yes. It has been decided that Indian students will not require any permission/ no objection from the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of Secondary & Higher Education for appearing for 'A' Level examinations mentioned.
Definitely. It provides a focused approach. More concentration and a detailed study of the relevant subjects lead to better grades for the chosen career and eventually a better chance of admission to specialized colleges.
Appearing for 4 subjects at 'Advanced' Level makes you eligible for admission to the First Year of the three years B.A., B.Sc., B.Com and B.E. degree courses in any Indian University except IIT and medical courses.
Boston World School is equipped completely to deal with any fire and medical emergencies. The building is fireproof and the school also has a tie-up with a nearby hospital. A doctor on call and a full-time nurse in the school with a dedicated sickbay is available for temporary medical relief.
Post the successful completion of the IGCSE, students can continue their studies from any of the local colleges in India or students can pursue the international 'A' Levels at BOSTON or any international curriculum in India or abroad.
The 'A' Level is a superior alternative to HSC or Junior College and is a two-year program after Std. X conducted by the University of Cambridge International Examinations (UCIE).
It is one of the most recognized qualifications around the world and is accepted as proof of academic ability for entry into any reputed Universities (including Mumbai and other Indian universities).
The same education would cost you £12,000 (Rs. 10 lacs.) for a two-year period of tuition fees. The cost of accommodation and other living expenses would be approximately £12,000 (Rs. 10 lacs.) for two years. Thus the total expenditure would be around 20 lacs.