IGCSE courses or International GCSE’s are the primary tier of qualification in the UK. (Scottish Equivalent Standard Grade)
They are usually taken at secondary school by 15-16 year olds as a culmination of standard school education.
IGCSE’s are graded qualifications with passing grades ranging from A* to E. They are usually studied over a 12 month period.
Most IGCSE courses are assessed via examination in a registered exam centre.
The difference between an IGCSE and a GCSE is that IGCSE’s are internationally recognised and are usually used as an alternative to the GCSE for students studying outside of a conventional school setting.
We have 11 IGCSE courses to choose from, please see them below.