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The Cambridge International Curriculum is an internationally recognised curriculum that shapes the education of students from age five to 19. The curriculum allows students to focus on subjects based on their strengths and interests.
The curriculum is flexible, meaning each stage can be offered on its own by a school and students can choose to transition to another curriculum after a certain stage. This flexibility also means students can begin their studies in one country and complete them in another. Schools have the option to adapt the Cambridge Curriculum’s academic content to suit their students’ local needs and contexts.
What is Cambridge Syllabus?
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