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25 Years of IGCSE in Egypt : Facts & Numbers

Published on August 16, 2015 by in IGCSE News

25 Years of IGCSE in Egypt
(Image Credits: British Council)

 

The fancy British qualification turned 25 years old in 2015. The Silver jubilee is now unlocked, and We are going to reveal some facts.

 

 

1) St. Fatima Language School: The 1st School to offer the IG Program in Egypt

 

St. Fatima Language School, Nasr City
(Image Credits: Yellow Pages)

 

*According to the school, they received a special award presented by CIE and the British Council for being the first School to have started the IGCSE program in Egypt.

 

 

2) Dar El Tarbiah Language School: The 1st School to offer the IG Program in Giza

 

Dar El Tariba Language School, Agouza
(image Credits: Wikipedia)

 

 

3) El Nasr Girls’ College: The 1st School to offer the IG Program in Alexandria

 

El Nasr Girls’ College, Alexandria
(Image Credit: Social Media)

 

 

4) Egyptians are the highest students in the World

 

Tim Hood, Director Examinations
(Image Credits: British Council)

“More than 700,000 Cambridge exams taken all over the World, and every year Egypt turns out the highest students in the World, the best performing students.” ~ Tim Hood

 

5) Egyptians achieve fantastic results

 

John Casson, the British Ambassador
(Image Credit: British Council)

 

“You achieve fantastic results not just of the level of Egypt, but the level of the whole World.” ~ John Casson

 

6) The IG was launched in 1990

 

IGCSE Logo
(Image Credits: CIE)

 

 

7) There are 100+ Schools that offer the IG program now

 

 

8) There are 20,000+ candidates per Year now

 

(Image Credits: telegraph.co.uk)

 

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