About Cambridge Education Group
Cambridge Education Group (CEG) has been helping UK and international students achieve their best since 1952. As the leading independent provider of academic, creative and English language programmes in the UK, US and Europe, CEG prides themselves on being local specialists with global reach.
CEG promises excellent teaching premium facilities and a high level of personal service for students.
Students have access to an extensive support network with regular personal tutor sessions which provide both personal and academic advice and care. CEG teaches its students to work hard and smart with higher education advice on the best degree or university for each individual. CEG focuses on quality at every stage - and the outstanding success of their students - which has made them one of the fastest growing independent education providers in the world.
CEG runs foundation campuses for Coventry University, Sunderland University, the University of Central Lancashire and London South Bank University. In addition, its London Foundation Campus, based at Birkbeck, University of London, works with a number of the leading University of London colleges, including Queen Mary, Royal Holloway and the Royal Veterinary College.
The GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education) is a flexible two year programme which provides a broad and solid secondary education. The qualification is internationally recognised and is normally obtained after two years study. The programme prepares you perfectly to go on to study A level, International Baccalaureate or University Foundation Programme before you go to university.
Pre-programme is a course following a GCSE approach, but for one year or less. Students can take GCSE exams in some subjects depending on the progress they make. The focus of the programme is preparation for A level or IB.
A level (Advanced Level) qualifications are usually obtained after two years of studying. The first year used to be called AS level and the second year used to be called A2, so you might recognise those names. You will expect to study A levels in three different subjects, although occasionally we advise students to study four subjects for specialist courses.
A levels are ideal for focused and hardworking students in their last two years of high school. If you excel in a particular area you will like A levels as the courses allow you to explore a small number of subjects in a lot of depth, providing specialised preparation towards further study.
Pathway Programmes (Foundation)
At Foundation Campus you will study a Foundation programme and then progress onto your chosen undergraduate or Master’s degree. You will study a combination of academic subjects relevant to the degree you wish to progress to, alongside Academic English and Study Skills, to ensure you are well prepared for your degree. A wide range of programmes are offered in the UK – London, Coventry, Preston and Sunderland.
Cambridge School of Visual & Performing Arts
The UK’s leading provider of Art & Design, Drama and Music pathway and degree programmes, many of which are accredited or in association with the UK’s leading institutions. The only independent Creative Arts school to be associated with RADA, University of the Arts London Awarding Body and Kingston University. Offering Art, Drama and Music from Foundation to BA(Hons). The School is based in Cambridge and offers a wide range of courses.
Stafford House School of English
The School of English has over 60 years’ experience of providing international students with great English language courses in the UK and USA. Whether you want to learn English for everyday life, your career or to progress into academic studies, you will be welcomed at the school’s centres in London, Brighton, or Canterbury.