IGCSE courses


The IGCSE course of CAIE(Cambridge Assessment International Education) is implemented in conjunction with the Pudong Campus of The University of Cambridge. IGCSE is the world’s most popular international programme for 14-16 year old. SUIS students who undertake the IGCSE programme of learning are recognised internationally for their problem-solving abilities, investigative skills, and their capability to work both independently and co-operatively. Students in our school are required to study 7-8 courses and sit in the examinations.

 Pre-A Level Courses


This pathway is in principle available to Grade 10 new recruits who have not had an approved KS4 qualification (IGCSE/MYP or equivalents) for direct entry to A Level. Students will be taught the essentials IGCSE content in their 3 chosen A- Level subjects which they may want to pursue, with an extra English as a Second Language course to complement their studies. Student will sit IGCSE English as a second language to acquire the literacy requirement for universities, whilst the remaining subjects will be assessed internally.

A Level Courses


Our school follows the A Level course officially certified by CAIE (Cambridge Assessment International Education) and Pearson Edexcel. A Levels are typically offered to learners aged 16 – 19 years who need advanced study to prepare for higher education. Cambridge University’s International AS & A-Level certificate is recognized by 195 countries, including the United Kingdom, the United States (including ivy League universities), Europe, Australia, Canada and New Zealand, and most of the world’s top universities. Students are required to choose at least 3 courses.