British International Colleges

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venue 130 Bryanston Drive
Bryanston Sandton Johannesburg
Cnr Stanza Popape & East Street
Eastcliff Pretoria / Tshwane
age From 13 years - 18 years old
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British International high school


British International Colleges is part of the international group. Our Group is proud to offer Cambridge International education in South Africa from age 5-19 years.

BIC follows the international syllabi set by Cambridge International Examinations (CIE), allowing students from all over the world, to gain a globally recognised secondary education. Students are held to the highest academic standards, resulting in phenomenal results in their exams. We have had numerous students achieving top results in the world and or in South Africa in their subjects.

Bryanston Campus from 13 yrs


This campus offers courses for
Foundation (Grades 7,8,9)
IGCSE (Grades 10,11)
AS Level (Grade 12)
A levels (preparation for universities internationally and locally)
Click here for a full list of subjects offered in Bryanston.

Pretoria campus from 16 yrs


The Pretoria campus is a BIC satellite campus located in Arcadia. A smaller campus than Bryanston, it therefore offers more individual attention.
This campus offers courses for
IGCSE (Grades 10,11)
AS Level (Grade 12)
A levels (preparation for universities internationally and locally)
Click here for a full list of subjects offered in Pretoria

THE LEVELS AND WHAT THEY MEAN

Foundation Level
13-14 yr olds who have completed grades 7 or 8 are introduced to a wide range of disciplines. They sit the Cambridge Checkpoint examinations in November, designed to ensure that they are on a par with students elsewhere in the world in the following subjects:
- Mathematics,
- Science
- English
and are ready to begin their international GCSE studies.

IGCSE = O Levels
15-17 yr olds who have completed the Foundation course or Grade 8 normally choose between 7 - 9 subjects at this level. These should include
- English first language,
- Second language,
- Mathematics,
- Science
-Information Technology.
Students spend 2 years preparing for these examinations which provide an internationally recognized school leaving qualification.

International AS and A Level
Students 16 years and older who have already obtained the IGCSE or a South African Matric study these as the finest preparation and most widely accepted entrance qualification for university anywhere in the world.

Internationally, depending upon the university, anything from 2 to 4 subjects may be required for admission. It should be noted that the academic standard of A Levels is equivalent to a South African 1st year university course.

The British International Colleges is fully accredited by the local Gauteng Department of Education (GDE).


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