INTI Students Achieve Excellent Cambridge A Level and SACE International Results


INTI's Students Achieve Excellent Cambridge A Level and SACE International Results

Chong Shu Jing and Neo Moon Wei received the Top in the World award for AS (Advanced Subsidiary) mathematics and Top in the World for AS law respectively. The award recognizes exceptional students who achieve the highest marks in a subject globally. AS-level examinations are taken by more than one million students in over 10,000 schools annually.

“My success brings me a step closer to my aspiration to pursue degree studies in accountancy. What I like about studying at INTI International University, which has helped me get this far, is the distraction-free study environment where excellent lecturers and study partners are available to help me realize my potential,” said Moon Wei.

The Cambridge A Level qualification provides students with a wealth of options, from having the opportunity to gain entry into many of the best universities in the world, to equipping students with reasoning ability and thinking skills as they embark on their degree programs. University of Oxford, University of Cambridge, London School of Economics, National University of Singapore and University of Hong Kong are among the top universities in the world that have accepted INTI’s Cambridge A Level students. Many students have also been offered full or partial scholarships by these universities.

Yap Aik Chern and Justin Ong Kywen, students of INTI’s SACE International program, earned scores in the SACE International qualification that were among the highest in the world. The internationally recognized SACE International qualification is equivalent to Year 12 of education in Australia and allows students to gain direct entry into universities in Australia, New Zealand, the UK, USA and other countries. INTI’s SACE International graduates have gone on to complete their university education around the world, establishing successful careers in fields such as commerce, medicine, pharmacy, engineering and law.