Cambridge Baccalaureat

Complete your high school education while working on your Bachelor’s degree, with no extra fee.

Get your education up to speed
without having to wait

Everyone deserves a shot at getting a top-of-the-line education. At IU International University of Applied Sciences, it’s our mission to create inclusive, accessible education. And we certainly don’t think a high school diploma should stand between you and your dream career.

But sometimes you have to deal with setbacks — some obstacles just take a little more effort to overcome.

So we’ve created a new option. IU is now a registered online Cambridge International School. This one-of-a-kind certification from Cambridge Assessment International Education makes it possible for us to prepare you for the Cambridge exam. That way, you can get your high school diploma and start your Bachelor’s degree at the same time.

Now you're in charge
of your professional path

The Cambridge A-Levels is designed to maximise your learning potential and get you ready for what's to come during your Bachelor's. We’ve bundled the A-Levels courses together with our Bachelor’s programmes, so you can complete your high school diploma while already working on your first courses Bachelor's degree courses, at no additional costs. Unlike other study pathway programmes offered by other universities, IU's A-Levels (in collaboration with Cambridge Assessment International Education) lets you earn your high school diploma while you work on your first Bachelor's degree courses, instead of spending 12 months or more on just bridging your knowledge gap. To help get you started in today's job market, you'll be matched with either a Tech Track or a Business Track, to ensure your skills fit your chosen Bachelor's degree requirements.

The Tech Track

Each track contains 3 modules, which you’ll be taking along with your first Bachelor courses:

Discover the list of online Bachelor programs in the Tech Track:

The Business Track

Each track contains 3 modules, which you’ll be taking along with your first Bachelor courses:

Discover the list of online Bachelor programs in the Business Track:

Give yourself new career options with the High School Diploma Study Pathway + IU degree

At IU, we use a well-structured learning method that includes live lectures, recordings and course books to get you ready for your exams. And our wide range of learning materials ensures that you can study at your own pace. Yet it also gives you the flexibility to seamlessly integrate learning into your daily schedule. 
To qualify for A-Levels, you must be over 16 years of age – that is the only requirement. However, we recommend that you have at least a B2 English level when applying.  

So if you think you’re ready to start the next step in your career, reach out to us today – simply fill out the form on this page! 

Frequently Asked Questions

We are part of more than 10,000 Cambridge International schools that offer these qualifications. IU is registered as an online school that provides these courses digitally to prepare students for the Cambridge examinations.

No. The only requirements are to be more than 16 years old when applying, and to have B2 level English.

To receive your high school diploma equivalent from Cambridge Assessment International Education, you’ll need to pass a final exam within 12 months of starting the programme. We will provide you with all the necessary materials needed to prepare for the Cambridge examination. We provide this through synchronous (live) and asynchronous (recorded) teaching, scripts, Q&A, Slides, Videos, Podcasts, etc.

The only fees you will be charged are by Cambridge, for the final exam, and the tuition fees for your courses of the Bachelor’s degree programme. There are no fees for the Study Pathway courses and materials – they are free of charge.

If you do not pass any or all of your exams, you can re-register and wait for the next date to take the exam again (by your own means). That means you have 2 chances of passing the final exam during the duration of your A-Levels. If you fail to pass the exam on your 2nd attempt, you can try again, by your own means and not as an IU member. You have unlimited chances of taking the exam independently. 

All you have to do is fill out the application form on this page, and our study advisors will reach out to you to kickstart the process.