Secondary education in the UK usually starts at the age of 11. From the ages of 11 to 14, students will study a broad range of subjects such as Music, Maths, Science, and English. At the age of 14 students start to prepare for a set of exams known as GCSE. When preparing for their GCSEs, international students will take three core subjects (English, Maths, and Science) and choose other additional subjects that they would like to take. Additional subjects range from foreign languages such as French, Spanish or German to more professional subjects like Business Studies, Design, and Technology. Most students choose between 4 to 6 additional subjects.
Secondary Education Programmes
Why experience secondary education in England?
Students can learn about a new country and its culture
Core subjects like Maths and Science will be studied in English. This means students will have the opportunity to use English more objectively as a means of communication
The study of English literature and history will help students revisit topics they have learned in the past through a different perspective
International experience is invaluable when applying for top universities or job opportunities in the future
An added sense of responsibility as students are expected to adhere to the high academic standards of our partner schools
When can I start my course?
You can start your course according to the academic terms in England. Please contact us for more information.
What level of English do I need?
Students willing to attend secondary school in England need at least a B1 level (CEFR).
What is my level?
The first step is to do our online test. After that you will have a little chat with one of our teachers and they will be able to tell you which of the levels above you should start from.