Congratulations to Year 12 pupils receiving IGCSE Certificates!

Congratulations to Year 12 pupils receiving IGCSE Certificates!

IGCSE is the international version of the GCSE examinations taken by pupils in the UK at the end of Year 11.

The IGCSE is an international passport to progression and success. It is recognized around the world by employers and universities as evidence of academic ability. International GCSE is an international qualification for students – usually aged 14-16, which prepares them for further academic study. It is taken in more than 160 countries.

Pupils take International GCSEs/GCSEs in a range of subjects offered by Cambridge International Examinations (CIE), who are part of the University of Cambridge. At the end of the two-year course, after successfully passing the exams, pupils are awarded these world-recognised certificates in each subject, ready for the next stage of their education.

Our pupils have worked hard and did their best to demonstrate the highest results. Haileybury Astana is proud to share with you the Year 12 achievement.

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