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Description : GCSE in Mount Mill Hill International School

Mount Mill Hill International School
from 14054.00
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Mount Mill Hill International School In 2018 - 41% of GCSE students achieved A* - A.
Mount Mill Hill International School
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Ranking: 88.7
Accommodation type: residence, boarding house
Language of studies English
Education type: co-educational school
from £ 14054.00 / term
Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
15-17
from 14 054 £ / term
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Description

Brief information: The one-year GCSE course, offered to pupils of grade 11 (15-17 years), is aimed at studying a sufficiently wide range of subjects - it is submitted for examinations at least 6:

  • Compulsory subjects:
    • English;
    • Sports and social education (PSHE);
    • Mathematics.
  • Optional electives:
    • Biology;
    • Design and technology;
    • Geography;
    • Information Technology;
    • Chemistry;
    • Textile;
    • Economics;
    • Art;
    • Physics;
    • Music art;
    • Business.

Particular attention is paid to intensive and rapid increase of the level of English.

International students who have successfully completed a one-year course can switch to the A-level program - the "golden British standard" of pre-university training (most graduates are selected for the Mill Hill course):

  • Duration: 1 year
  • Minimum requirements for applicants: IELTS from 5.0 and above.
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Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
13-15
from 14 054 £ / term

Quick overview: This stage basically captures pupils of grade 9 at the age of 13-14. For admission it is necessary to confirm the level of English language - IELTS from 4.0 and higher. In this course, children study an average of 1-3 terms.

The main subjects (emphasis is on learning academic English):

  • English;
  • Information Technology;
  • Health education;
  • Design and technology;
  • Natural sciences (chemistry, biology and physics);
  • Sports and social education (PSHE);
  • Geography;
  • Music art;
  • Mathematics;
  • Art;
  • History.

In the 10th grade (14-15 years) the basic program remains the same, but the depth and complexity of the study increases - successful students can undergo a one-year GCSE course at the end of grade 10 and receive the certificate of the same name. If you are immediately in the 10th grade, please note that here the required level of English is slightly higher - IELTS 4.5 and above.

Annual
15-17
from 14 054 £ / term

Brief information: The one-year GCSE course, offered to pupils of grade 11 (15-17 years), is aimed at studying a sufficiently wide range of subjects - it is submitted for examinations at least 6:

  • Compulsory subjects:
    • English;
    • Sports and social education (PSHE);
    • Mathematics.
  • Optional electives:
    • Biology;
    • Design and technology;
    • Geography;
    • Information Technology;
    • Chemistry;
    • Textile;
    • Economics;
    • Art;
    • Physics;
    • Music art;
    • Business.

Particular attention is paid to intensive and rapid increase of the level of English.

International students who have successfully completed a one-year course can switch to the A-level program - the "golden British standard" of pre-university training (most graduates are selected for the Mill Hill course):

  • Duration: 1 year
  • Minimum requirements for applicants: IELTS from 5.0 and above.
Annual
15-17
from 14 054 £ / term

Quick overview:

  • Pupils of 15-17 years on the preparatory course for the A-level study 2-3 subjects from the main GCSE list:
    • English (Advanced Advanced Course);
    • Mathematics;
    • Sports and social education (PSHE);
    • Music art;
    • Art;
    • Design.
  • Duration of the course: 1-3 terms (up to 1 academic year);
  • Minimum requirements for applicants: IELTS from 4.0 and above.

About the educational course: Particular emphasis is placed on improving the language level, on the development of the academic English course. After the successful completion of the preparatory program, students have the right to transfer to the main A-level group (at Mill Hill School or any other school of their choice):

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