Cambridge IGCSE Academic Results
The Cambridge IGCSE is followed in more than 145 countries around the world, making it one of the most widely recognised academic qualifications for Grade 10. This recognition makes it the ideal option for expatriate families whose children may need to transition from one school to another due to international relocation. Many of the top universities around the world recognise the IGCSE qualification. The two-year Cambridge IGCSE course at OWIS is for learners in Grades 9 and 10, and the curriculum encourages critical thinking and helps students develop real-world connections.
2023 Cambridge IGCSE Academic Results
During the June 2023 external testing session
2022 Cambridge IGCSE Academic Results
2021 Cambridge IGCSE Academic Results
During the June 2021 external testing session:
2020 Cambridge IGCSE Academic Results
In the internal testing session*
IB Diploma Programme Academic Results and University Offers
At OWIS, our IB Diploma Programme is designed to prepare our students for the challenges that they meet at university. They learn to be independent learners and the value of self-discipline and time management. Our University Counselling Team is always at hand to guide students on their best options for universities and help them to write applications that meet the requirements of their desired colleges for higher studies.
We are delighted that our IBDP students have received offers from the top universities in North America, the United Kingdom and other leading study destinations around the world, and they will be pursuing their higher education at colleges of their choice.
IB Diploma Programme Results 2022
IB Diploma Programme Results 2023
“It is extremely important that our IB DP students are placed in top universities. To that end, we provide opportunities for them to start thinking about their paths and where they want to go as early as Grade 6 in Secondary School. It is our constant endeavour that we expose them to a variety of learning opportunities and subjects and then support them to pursue these at their university of choice.”