Our guides summarise the key features of this new qualification.
Former Cambridge Pre-U student, Jacqui Agate talks about life at university and her future plans.
In this issue, find out how Cambridge Pre-U Global Perspectives and Research is helping Brentwood County High School prepare students for university.
January 2013 edition (1865Kb)
What’s new with Cambridge Pre-U
Cambridge Pre-U is an exciting new post-16 qualification. It prepares learners with the skills and knowledge they need to make a success of their subsequent studies at university. It is part of the Cambridge Advanced stage and seamlessly follows on from Cambridge Secondary 2 and qualifications like Cambridge IGCSE.
Teachers tell us they want to be able to prepare learners for higher education more effectively with exciting syllabuses that are stimulating to teach. Universities tell us they want learners who are equipped to benefit from a higher education experience, which calls for an independent and self-directed style of learning.
This is why we have developed Cambridge Pre-U as a coherent curriculum underpinned by a core set of educational principles. It offers genuinely interesting syllabuses which learners can study in any combination to gain the Cambridge Pre-U Diploma, or on an individual subject basis. Full Overview >>
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