Higher Education

Notable Cambridge School Alumni


Samuel Ninchuck, Massachusetts, USA

Brandeis University

"Cambridge International School offers a very friendly environment focused on learning and developing one's intellect. I would recommend studying A Level qualifications due to the uniqueness and freedom of the choice of subjects; it also enables more options for further education."


Miriam Prívarová, France

Paris Institute of Political Studies (SciencesPo)

"Cambridge school helped me to precisely and concisely formulate my views and to become more independent in my time management. The school also helped me a lot in my writing skills: an A-level course is a writing intensive one, so are many of my current university courses, and thanks to the A-level program I am able to produce high-quality essays. I also think that my CIS experience helped me to adapt to new challenges more quickly and prepared me well for the competitive atmosphere that reigns at SciencesPo."


Mashu Hasegawa, Scotland, UK

University of Glasgow

"My most favorite experience at CIS was learning with high-skilled mentors. I would recommend studying the A Level syllabus as they prepared me for a university education."


Timotej Weldon Walshe, England, UK

University of Hull

"Essay writing skills helped me in a successful transition from high school.  If any students are reading this, trust me, it can be boring, but will really help you.

Since the A-level system was used, they were easily recognised in the UK and was extremely well prepared for the course with the knowledge I gained in CIS."


Jakub Kojda, England, UK

University of Cambridge

"The principal benefit of the A Level qualification is the fact that it is an internationally recognised certificate which enables students to specialise in the subjects they are interested in. It is easier to get an offer from a foreign university if you are doing A Levels."


Jakub Kojda

Jakub Kojda

Where our students have gone

  • University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK
  • University of Warwick, England, UK
  • Paris Institute of Political Studies, SciencesPo, France
  • Buckinghamshire New University, England, UK
  • New College of Humanities, England, UK
  • Les Roches International School of Hotel Management, Switzerland
  • University of Aberdeen, Scotland, UK
  • University of Brighton, England, UK
  • University of Hull, England, UK
  • University of Cambridge, England, UK
  • Brandeis University, Massachusetts, USA
  • University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK

Useful links

The Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS)  is a UK - based organisation whose main role is to operate the application process for British universities.

The Common App is here to help with college planning, applications, and beyond in the USA. 





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