Cambridge Advanced is typically for learners aged 16 to 19 years who need advanced study to prepare for university and higher education. Students study the Cambridge International AS & A Level, accepted as an entry qualification by universities in the UK, across the European Union, North America, and elsewhere around the world. AS & A Level exams are usually taken after 13 years of education and are based on approximately 360 hours of guided learning per subject, normally over a two year period. Our students typically take three subjects at A level, although occasionally exceptional students take four or five.
The subject content of each of the A Level syllabuses offered at CIS, Moscow, has been subdivided into two parts: the AS syllabus content, which is expected to be covered in the first half of the course, and part two of the syllabus commonly referred to as ‘A2’. This flexible approach enables students to choose from three options:
AS Levels may be taken as a freestanding qualification and are accepted in all UK universities. They carry half the weight of an A Level so, for example, students may be admitted with suitable grades in two A Levels and two AS Levels. Details of the tariff operated by the UK Universities are given on the www.ucas.com UCAS website.
Due to the high standards applied at Cambridge International School, your child will receive a quality level of preparation for the A Level and AS Level exams. Highly qualified teachers of the school will always provide complete information on specialized subjects, as well as answer any students’ question, thereby reducing the psychological burden on the child.
CIS Russia has four campuses, which are located in the most exclusive areas of Moscow and Saint Petersburg.
The Skolkovo campus is located in the western part of Moscow in the vicinity of the Skolkovo Innovation Centre, surrounded by a national park and numerous sports fields.
The school will be located in just 17 km away from Moscow, in the “Lait Haus” residential complex. The newly built separate school and kindergarten buildings are equipped with modern facilities and have great transport accessibility.
The Moscow campus is located to the north of Moscow, amongst residential areas where a large number of visiting foreign families live, surrounded by beautiful gardens and parks. There are a large number of business centres near the campus.
The Saint Petersburg campus is located in the northern part of the city in a prestigious area close to the Gulf of Finland. The campus is close to Lakhta Centre in addition to Krestovskiy Island and Sestroretsk.
CIS Tashkent is located in a cosy and modern residential area of “Cambridge Residence” near the city centre in Almazar district. The innovative educational complex includes a school and a