A-Level program in CATS College Cambridge
A-level is a classical pre-university curriculum. A fundamental study of several specialized subjects allows you to enter a higher school without exams. A characteristic feature of the A-level is the harmonious unification of the theory with the practical application of this knowledge. Students learn to search for information independently, to critically evaluate it and to make conclusions in non-standard essays. The teaching staff is focused on providing the basics of knowledge, counseling and professional orientation of future students. The school provides assistance in preparing and submitting applications to universities.
At the A-level, during two years children study up to 5 preferred subjects. It is possible to take exams on modules or the final course work. For those who have already chosen a university and know exactly the list of necessary subjects, it is possible to study 3 to 5 trimesters. This is an intensified program, and it is offered by the college only after reaching the age of 17.
CATS College Cambridge in the form of specialized disciplines allows the study of higher or general mathematics, cinematography, accounting, video and photo art, graphics and 3D design, historical course, biology, English literature, business basics, geography, economic theory, chemistry, music, modern technology, art history, the course of textile design, psychology, mass media and sociology. Foreign languages provide a choice of Russian, Japanese, German, Italian, Chinese or Spanish.
Sixteen-year-old pupils are expected to complete 5-6 trimesters, and older children can choose the accelerated program and pass the necessary items for 1 year.
Beginning of the studies is in September, January.