Cambridge

Our college is an accredited Cambridge International School. As our student, you will have the opportunity to be a member of the Cambridge community and study for Cambridge Advanced Subsidiary (AS) and Advanced (A) level qualifications. The Advanced Level is the ‘gold standard’ of Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) qualifications. It is accepted as an entry qualification by universities of the European Union and very many around the world, on a par with the French Baccalaureate, the German Abitur, etc. These qualifications are also recognised by employers around the world (including Sweden) as evidence of high academic ability. The general admission requirement for most universities around the globe (including universities in Sweden) is to have gained A- and AS-levels in three different subjects. Read more here.

Becoming a Cambridge school is our way of showing our commitment to excellence in education. We are part of the University of Cambridge A-Level programme and share in their educational values. As our student, you will study primarily towards the Swedish gymnasium diploma (svensk gymnasieexamen). In addition, you have the possibility to take Advanced Level qualifications in your final year as we have incorporated the Cambridge syllabi into the existing Swedish gymnasium curriculum. The A-level subjects presently being studied are: Mathematics, English, Biology, Business, Physics and Chemistry. Practical A-level examinations have been taken in Biology and Physics. Our college laboratories are equipped up to Cambridge academic standard.

The fact that all Swedish universities and high schools accept A-levels enables us to offer you an individual plan of studies that focuses primarily on the courses leading towards Advanced Level examinations.

In countries such as the United States and Canada, good grades in carefully chosen Cambridge International A-Level subjects can result in up to one year of university course credit; thus saving you valuable time and energy in your future studies. These demanding examinations are not for everyone, but they may just be the right thing for you and your future. Our students currently enjoy the incorporation of the A-level syllabi into their upper secondary (Swedish gymnasium) level curriculum.

Please contact our Cambridge International Examinations Coordinator Mr. Simon Whittaker for more detail regarding your application. (see contact form below).

We are Test Centre SE085.

 

Find out more about Cambridge International Examinations on: http://cie.org.uk/

How to apply for A-levels?

As a private candidate, you can apply to take CIE examinations for the IGCSE; ICE; O Level; AS & A Level; ADIP and GPR International syllabuses. Please contact our Cambridge International Examinations Coordinator Mr. Simon Whittaker for more detail regarding your application. We are Test Centre SE085.

Find out more on: http://cie.org.uk/

Our students took practical examinations in AL in Biology and Physics this spring for the 2016 examinations session. Our college’s laboratories are equipped up to Cambridge academic standard.

What our students say:

Miguel Muller:
Studying Cambridge International A level in Mathematics at INIT college has had an immense impact on my studies at KTH. The course incorporates more in-depth mathematics as well as mechanics, both of which are taught in English. I have to say I felt more confident (than most of my friends at the university) when I started my maths studies at KTH as I had already worked with a lot of stuff back in INIT college. It just felt like a natural transition.

Contact our Cambridge International Examinations Coordinator