Mihai, a Heritage Lyceum student, says about the A Level program:
“I have chosen Law, Business Studies, History and English as my A Level subjects because I am going to study Corporate Law during my further university studies. As I hope that I will study in England, it's obvious that I would need an adequate level of English language. Additionally, I have taken Law to familiarize myself with it before going to university.
My choice of the Cambridge International A Level programme over the national baccalaureate was obvious from the very beginning. The A Level qualifications are recognized (sometimes even required) in most of the countries. Interacting with teachers mainly in English (as many of them are from abroad) gives a boost to the English learning rate, especially the speaking skills.
In A Level the amount of information to learn is nearly the same as on the IGCSE stage, the only difference is that now the information is more complicated and specialized, as there are fewer subjects (4 rather than 7).
I would recommend anyone in Moldova to opt for getting a British education. It's not only about quality (which is surely high), but also about the fact that having a British education adds prestige to one’s future resume.”
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