​ A Level Open Day 2018


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2018-01-06 - 2018-01-06

British Council, Lainchaur

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The British Council in partnership with Cambridge Assessment International Education is organizing an A Level open day on 6 January 2018. Come Join us to understand what Cambridge A level has to offer and get  a chance to meet Cambridge representative in person. 

Interact directly to British Council Partner Schools offering A level qualification in Nepal to understand their offers.


Date: 06 January, 2018
Venue: British Council, Lainchaur, Kathmandu
Time: 10 am to 5 pm. 

Cambridge International A Level is a two year course which students can take after their Secondary Education Examination (After grade 10). The Cambridge A-Level is recognised in Nepal as being equivalent to Plus 2 curriculum of Nepal.

The subject content of the A Level syllabuses has been subdivided into two parts: the AS syllabus content, which is expected to be covered in the first half of the course, and the second part of the syllabus, commonly referred to as A2. taken at the end of the second year of study. However, there are certain subjects that are only available at AS levels and can be taken as free-standing qualification.

Why choose AS and A levels ?

A-level results can open doors for students to pursue undergraduate studies at some of the best higher educational institutions in Nepal and around the world, including Tribhuwan University, Kathmandu University, Cambridge, Harvard, MIT and London School of Economics to name but a few.

What are the benefits for Learners ?

The wide variety of subjects - 55 in total - means learners can choose a study route that suits their interests and aspirations. This develops deep understanding of the subject as well as independent learning and constructive thinking skills-abilities that universities value highly. This program is flexible and provides the freedom to broaden learning.

When does the exam take place ?

The A Level examinations are held twice a year. One is held in May/June and another in October/November. The British Council has 31 partner schools in Nepal which offers Cambridge A-Levels in Nepal.

(https://www.britishcouncil.org.np/exam/school-exams/choose/attached-centre).

When does the registration take place ?

Registration for May/June takes place in January/February and October/November takes place in July/August.

For more information please contact

British Council

Tel: 01-4237700

Email: general.enquiry@britishcouncil.org.np

facebook.com/britishcouncilNepal


Participating Colleges (10)

LogoNameAddressPhone
Saipal AcademySaipal AcademyDhumbarahi, Pipal Bot Kathmandu01-4009054, 01-4009055
NAMI CollegeNAMI CollegeGokarneshwor-7, Jorpati, Kathmandu01-4917441, 01-4917442 ,9860182575
Global College International (GCI)Global College International (GCI)Kamaladi, Ganeshthan Kathmandu01-4254866, 01-4221875,01- 4251409
Ace Institute of ManagementAce Institute of ManagementSinamangal Kathmandu01-4110795, 01-4110743
Chelsea International AcademyChelsea International AcademyNew Baneshwor Kathmandu01-4472902, 01-4499662, 01-4483212
GEMS Institute of Higher Education-GIHEGEMS Institute of Higher Education-GIHEDhapakhel Lalitpur01- 5003060
Malpi InstituteMalpi InstituteSubarna Shamsher Marg in Baluwatar Kathmandu01-4442066, 4442067
Orient CollegeOrient CollegeMaharajgunj Kathmandu01-4017813, M01-4372966
Trinity International CollegeTrinity International CollegeDillibazar Height, Kathmandu01-4445955, 01-4445956
Xavier International CollegeXavier International CollegeKalopul Kathmandu01-443947, 01-4439472, 01-4439491