A-Level is a two-year intermediate level certificate granted by the General Certificate of Education (GCE A-Level). GCE has been delivering Advanced Level qualifications for more than half a century across the world, thanks to the Cambridge International Examination (CIE) Board, which is part of the University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate (UCLES).

The Cambridge A Level Curriculum is one of the finest in the world at ensuring student achievement. Universities all across the globe recognize and accept Cambridge International AS and A Level credentials for university degrees.

Students can pick topics in any combination from a variety of subjects given at A Level, according to their interests in relevant fields. This allows pupils to focus on the subjects that they like and excel in. The syllabus for all topics develops a comprehensive comprehension of the things students study, as well as autonomous learning and critical thinking skills, which are highly valued by institutions.

Curriculum for Non-Science at Cambridge Academy

English General paper (AS)

Non-Science Subjects

  • Business (A)
  • Accounting (A)
  • Sociology (A)
  • Psychology (A)
  • Mathematics (A)
  • Information Technology (A)
  • Art and Design (AS)

ECA at Chelsea Academy

Chelsea International Academy encourages students to participate in extracurricular activities both on and off campus. Social Service Club, Environment Club, Drama and Debating Club, Journalism Club, Art Club, Cultural Club, Science and Technology, International Student Club, Sporting Club, and Interact Club are among the groups in which students participate. Student Council gives students the chance to hone their leadership talents. Chelsea International Academy has been concentrating on bringing out pupils' latent abilities. Intra- and inter-college events are held to help students improve their competitive performance and group connections.

Students at Chelsea International Academy have various leisure courses when they are required to complete individual/group work as well as research. Students usually participate in a variety of extracurricular activities from the Academy's extensive list of options or those arranged by other student groups. Chelsea International Academy recognizes its social responsibilities and has organized a variety of extracurricular and co-curricular programs both on and off campus.