British Education System
BRITISH EDUCATION SYSTEM
ENGLISH EDUCATION WITH INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE
age: 3-5 years old
Pre-school education is available in both the public and private educational institutions. These are in nature – nurseries, and are voluntary.
age: 5-11 years old
A full start of a child’s education career. May be perceived as too early for international customer of British education, yet there is a significant amount of options available to the customer.
age: 12-16 years old
Education in public and private schools in the UK consists of GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education), or a GNVQ (General National Vocational Qualification). Usually at 14 students start a two year GCSE course, upon completion receive a national certificate of professional qualification.
age: 16-18 years old
Students go into Further Education, in order to qualify for University entrance. Further Education typically consists of a two courses AS and A Level. AS course in year 1, A2 Level course in year 2. Foundation programs and IB, are alternative paths into Higher Education available to international customers of British education.
University Education includes undergraduate degrees (e.g. BSc), postgraduate programs (MSc, PhD) and an MBA.