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Tertiary acceptance for learners with Cambridge International qualifications

One of the many advantages of a Cambridge International curriculum is that it doesn’t restrict a learner to tertiary institutions in their own country but provides a passport to tertiary institutions around the world. It’s a qualification that has worldwide accreditation due to its high academic standards and the excellent tertiary skills it imparts.
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Where can you study with a Cambridge curriculum certificate?

Graduates of the Cambridge International curriculum are accepted by over 2000 major and reputable universities across the globe, including universities in South Africa, Namibia, Botswana and many other African countries.

The Cambridge curriculum equips learners for university

Tertiary institutions hold a Cambridge International qualification in high esteem. Due to the design of the courses, successful Cambridge International learners are well prepared for university as they allow the learner to think independently and logically, present coherent arguments, have in-depth subject knowledge, learn to apply their knowledge to new situations and can communicate their thoughts and ideas clearly. 

Naturally, each institution will have its own requirements for admission, however, Cambridge Assessment International Education has worked with universities throughout Africa and in South Africa. They have also forged a relationship with  Universities South Africa (USaF) to put together a comprehensive set of conditions and requirements in order for South Africans to gain acceptance to any one of the public universities.

Learners and guardians are strongly encouraged to ensure that they have researched any potential tertiary opportunities and to take into account any prerequisites that a tertiary institution and course may require as admission requirements differ from one institution to another.

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