How to become a Cambridge International student

For candidates for classes 8 to 9 (14-15 years old)

Rolling Admissions system:

Once online application forms and required documents have been received (details below), candidates are invited to spend a day on the campus as soon as possible after the start of September to get to know the school and to take entrance tests (in Mathematics, English or Russian and their mother tongue). They are interviewed by academic heads and they have the chance to ask questions.

The Admissions Committee meets every week to discuss completed dossiers and corrected entrance tests. One of four decisions is possible:

The Admissions Committee meets every week to discuss completed dossiers and corrected entrance tests. One of four decisions is possible:

• Acceptance

• Deferral: this is where there is considerable competition – for certain linguistic quotas or where there are still the latest transcripts or reports to be received, for example. In such cases, the Committee reviews all dossiers concerned at a later date before making a final decision. In such cases, parents are informed of the time that they may need to wait and of the date when the dossier will be re-examined.

• Waiting List: when all places for next year have been awarded, candidates with the level to be admitted are placed on a Waiting List and may be admitted as and when places become available, often in spring but sometimes as late as during the summer.

• Denial: Children develop in the course of a year and a candidate who has been refused a place can always re-apply for the following year.

To increase their chances of admission, candidates are urged to apply as early as possible after beginning of May.

For candidates for classes 10 to 11 (16-18 years old)

Admission is by “rounds”; the application procedure is the same as for other students (required documents, visit, admission tests, interview) but decisions are taken at two sessions:

The Admissions Committee meets every week to discuss completed dossiers and corrected entrance tests. One of four decisions is possible:

The Admissions Committee meets every week to discuss completed dossiers and corrected entrance tests. One of four decisions is possible:

• Acceptance

• 1st session: for dossiers completed by May 15: the Committee announces one of three decisions at the beginning of August. These are: accepted, denied or deferred to the 2nd session

• 2nd session: for dossiers completed by November 30: the Committee announces one of three decisions early January. These are: accepted, denied or wait listed.

Dossiers completed after 30 November are still considered by the Admissions Committee which will decide either to place candidates on the Waiting List or to refuse admission.

Application procedure

• Complete the admissions application online via the link below.

• If the link is not working, download the necessary documents: Registration Primary, Lower Secondary, Upper Secondary (IGCSE), A-level or ask the Student registry department to send them to you.

• Prepare a copy of your academic record and a Medical Report completed by your doctor. Ask the headteacher or academic dean at your school to complete an Academic Recommendation Form

• All documents must be sent via email or post to : Cambridge International School-Uzbekistan,– Admission department–17, Khalqabod district, Tashkent– Uzbekistan

ONLINE APPLICATION FORM