A Level Courses
- WAEC, NECO or IGCSE with at least 5 credits including English and Mathematics for the 2-year A Level programme
- WAEC, NECO or IGCSE with at least 6 A and B grades including English and Mathematics for the 1-year Accelerated A Level programme
- Students are required to have studied their A Level subjects at WAEC, NECO or IGCSE level
- WAEC, NECO or IGCSE with at least 5 credits including English and Mathematics
- Students wanting to enroll for the Medical Foundation must have credit passes in Maths, Chemistry and Physics or Biology.
Fill out an application form
Submit all the required documentation
Pay the N25, 000 application fee.
Sit an entrance test
Attend an interview with the principal
You will be notified within a week of your interview of the outcome of your application. If your application was successful, you will be given an offer admission to which you must respond within the stated time frame.
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Why study Cambridge A Levels?
The two year A Level programme offers younger students (15+) the opportunity to mature while acquiring relevant qualifications, while the one year accelerated programme provides the more mature student an opportunity to experience the academic rigour that is excellent preparation for university
A levels are a gateway to all UK universities and are preferred by most redbrick and Russell Group universities. In conjunction with SATs and TOEFL, A levels are accepted by over 500 universities across America including Ivy League universities, and most Canadian universities; A levels are recognised by almost all Australian universities including the Group of 8 (which comprises Australia’s top 8 research universities). The 2 year A level programme fast tracks students wishing to study in Nigeria into 200 level.
The mode of assessment for Cambridge A levels is linear as opposed to modular. This means it students take examinations which are externally marked. Universities and employers prefer linear assessment to modular assessment which includes coursework that is internally assessed, because they view the former as a more reliable test of ability.