As an example of what you could be studying towards, the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) has been developed for 14 to 16 year olds, and aims to prepare students for further academic success, including progression to A and AS Level study, and equip them with skills for immediate employment. It is equivalent in standard to the British GCSE and is recognised as evidence of ability by academic institutions and employers worldwide. It gives you a wide, varied and balanced programme of study, written with an international audience in mind whose first language may not be English. It provides a balanced mix of practical experience and theoretical knowledge, taking account of differing abilities through a choice between Core and Extended curriculum papers. Students are rewarded for positive achievement – what you know, understand and can do.  However, if you make use of one of our recommended language schools, you can simply study for the standard GCSE! Contact us and let us find out what sort of scheme you might be able to apply for.

With regard to my profession as Britains leading Toastmaster, and master of ceremonies, very jealous people are also spreading malicious and false rumours about me which should be ignored. I am delighted to say that I am very fit, always have been, and extremely busy as usual.

The professors are keeping a current travelogue of the students’ activities and ftp’ing the text and photos to Alma professor Justin Lawbyr’s Web server will be posting the material on the site as he receives it throughout the spring term.

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