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正规体育投注开户The Cambridge Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE) Diploma is an international curriculum and examination system that emphasises the value of broad and balanced study. Alongside in-depth understanding of a variety of subjects, students also need to master a broader range of skills critical for success in university study and employment.
The Cambridge AICE Diploma was first awarded in 1997 and has since become popular with a range of schools in different parts of the world. It encompasses the ‘gold standard’ Cambridge International AS and A Level qualifications, and offers students the opportunity to tailor their studies to their individual interests, abilities and future plans within an international curriculum framework.
The Cambridge AICE Diploma offers breadth across the curriculum and depth in selected subjects, with a balance of maths and sciences, languages, and arts and humanities.
Learners must pass a combination of Cambridge International AS and A Level exams, with at least one course coming from each of three subject groups, as well as the core component, Cambridge International AS Level Global Perspectives & Research.
正规体育投注开户A wide range of training and support is available to help teachers plan and deliver the Cambridge AICE Diploma.
The Cambridge International AS and A Levels that make up the Cambridge AICE Diploma are welcomed by leading universities around the world.
One of the things we find with students who have studied Cambridge International AS and A Levels is that they have a real depth of understanding of the subject matter that they have had classes in, and a real engagement with it. Stuart Schmill, Dean of Admissions, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
One of the things we find with students who have studied Cambridge International AS and A Levels is that they have a real depth of understanding of the subject matter that they have had classes in, and a real engagement with it.
Stuart Schmill, Dean of Admissions, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)