The A Level (Advanced Level) is a subject-based qualification conferred as part of the General Certificate of Education, as well as a school leaving qualification offered by the educational bodies in the South Africa and the educational authorities of British Crown dependencies to students completing secondary or pre-university education. The A-Level schools in South Africa includes;
British International College
British International Preparatory School
St Andrew’s School for Girls
St John’s College
What are A levels equivalent to in South Africa?
|NQF Level (UK)||NQF Level (SA)||Qualification Level|
|2||4||National Certificate (Matric) / GCSE A, B, C|
|3||5||Higher National Certificate / A Levels A, B, C, D, E|
|5||7||Bachelors Degree / Advanced Diploma(SA) / Higher National Diploma(UK)|
How many schools do we have in South Africa?
New Education Figures Released Pretoria, South Africa 2010: South Africa currently has over 12 million learners, some 386 600 teachers and approximately 26 000 schools, including 1 098 registered independent or privately owned schools.
Do South African universities accept Igcse?
Schools that offer these examinations will allow you to study IGCSE, AS and A level subjects. … The Cambridge syllabus allows South African high school students a qualification that is acceptable by all South African universities, universities of technology, and most notably universities in 165 countries internationally.