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The Advanced Subsidiary (AS) level is equivalent of Gr. 12/Matric in SA and is recognised by UMALUSI (the SA Matriculation Board) as the equivalent of Senior Certificate subjects (NQF4) which is a necessary requirement for University Entrance. This course is aimed at students of 16 years and above who have completed either International GCSE or Gr. 11.

Pricing is dependent on the package you take. Book a consultation  with us on Help@bateleureducation.co,za

Pricing is dependent on what subjects you take and what level you are on. If you would like a consultation with one of our experienced advisors, please book a consultation with us on the Home Page. Alternatively, send an email to Help@bateleureducation.co.za and we will get back to you.

Students are charged a once off enrollment fee

No, there is no app for Bateleur Education. However the site is compatible with mobile, tablet, laptop and desktop devices.

For Bateleur Education Primary and Foundation 1 & 2 (Foundation Phase to High School) there are no additional exam fees and the timing of your exams is entirely at the discretion of the student’s family.

From International GCSE upwards, as an independent learner, you need to write exams at a Cambridge test venue that accommodates “private candidates”.You can find a test centre near you by using the following website: http://www.cie.org.uk/i-want-to/find-a-Cambridge-school

You are responsible for making your own exam arrangements with your preferred test centre and must liaise directly with them as only private candidates can register themselves.

Exams may be written twice a year – in May and June, and in October and November each year. All schools or exam centres set their own exam fees to cover both Cambridge International costs and the use of their facilities and proctors. You should contact the exam centre at least three months ahead of time.

Exam timetables may be found on the Cambridge website – note that South Africa falls into Administrative Zone 3.

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