Paving the way to top-notch universities
FROM the outset, the guiding principle at UCSI International School, Subang, has been to provide its students with a holistic experience in developing their academic, creative, social and professional skills.
In order to realise this ambition, the school follows an internationally recognised academic programme, the ICGSEs, and has gathered expert faculty from around the globe and uses state-of-the-art facilities and laboratories.
In essence, UCSI has established a microcosm in which its students are able to arm themselves with the knowledge and training they require to be critical thinkers and independent learners. They are offered the chance to explore the world at a smaller scale before they venture into the real world.
To further its mission, accommodate the needs of its current and new students, and pave their way to top-notch universities and careers in some of the world’s most highly demanded and prestigious fields, UCSI International School will launch the Cambridge GCE A-Levels in March this year.
The 18-month tailored programme targets Year 11 and 12 students and offers two streams: science and business.
The science stream, which will lead the students to engineering or medicine degree programmes, among others, offers: further mathematics physics biology chemistry
The business stream, which leads students to business degree and ICT degree programmes, among others, offers: mathematics business studies economics psychology
To maintain the school’s high standards and ensure that the A-Levels students enjoy the best quality education and guidance from its qualified native-Englishspeaking educators, only one classroom will be offered in each stream, with a maximum of 25 students.
Due to the limited number of seats in each stream, the enrolment will be on a first-come, first-served basis. The Cambridge GCE A-Levels fees range between RM36,000 and RM38,000 depending on the stream.
more information, visit www.ucsiinternationalschool.edu. my/sj/
Successful scholarship recipients from the A-Levels programme of UCSI University. From left: Angela Lim Wern Huey, Tiong Nee and Felix Wong.