The IGCSE are internationally-respected qualifications studied by students aged 14-16 years old. Respected by universities, they cover a broad range of subjects including languages, humanities, social sciences, mathematics, computer science and more.
The I/GCSE is one of the most academically challenging qualifications currently on offer to 14-16 year old students worldwide, before they embark on the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme / the International Baccalaureate Career-related Programme.
The continued success in IGCSE results is a testament to Collège du Léman’s high academic standards, excellent teaching and the hard work and dedication of students. Students continue to excel and outperform UK national averages.
- 46% of all IGCSE grades achieved by Collège du Léman students achieved A* or A. This is twice higher than the 2017-18 UK average of 20%.
These exceptional results are the culmination of the hard work and dedication of our students, our ambitious approach and the support of our excellent teachers. On behalf of our school community, we would like to take this opportunity to thank our teachers for always inspiring and challenging our students to achieve more than what they may have thought possible.
The full two-year program features a combination of coursework and exam work. Students are awarded qualifications in a full range of core subjects including languages, sciences, humanities, social sciences, arts and design and mathematics. Top universities around the world look to these qualifications as a benchmark of academic performance when considering applications.