All candidates must be capable of keeping up with the requirements of the programmes needed to sit the French or International Baccalaureates.
To be admitted to the Primary (aged 7-10), knowledge of working languages is not vital; from the Lower Secondary (aged 12) upwards, it is important to understand the two languages; from Upper-Secondary (14 years) on, students must master English language.
At Cambridge International School-Uzbekistan, it is very important that the values identified in the Codes are shared by the candidate and their family. The School favours active, curious and ambitious candidates.
• While teachers, tutors and specialists help students overcome minor or temporary learning differences, the School is not suited to children with a severe learning disability.
• Violent, antisocial or racist attitudes. Life at Cambridge International School-Uzbekistan is based on a commitment to discipline founded on respect for others and their differences.
• Spoiled children used to always getting their way. Life and discipline at Cambridge International School-Uzbekistan are demanding and the change would be difficult!
• Any evidence of drug or alcohol use.