About this course
Edexcel International Advanced Levels is a new suite of A level qualifications developed for international centres. With a modular structure, our new suite of International Advanced Levels have examination windows in January and June of each year, allowing students to finish their course in January if they need to, for entry to local and international universities. Please note Law and English Literature will continue to be examined in June of each year only.
Total Course Fees
RM 35,000 (4 subjects), RM 28,000 (3 subjects)
Applicants must have one of the following Entry requirements:
SPM / O-Level:
5 Credits (with pass in Bahasa Melayu & Sejarah for SPM student)
- University of Cambridge
- University of Oxford
- The London School of Economics and Political Science
- University College London
- Imperial College London
- King’s College London
- Thr University of Edinburgh
- Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
- The University of Hong Kong
- National University of Singapore
- The University of Melbourne
- Austrialian National University
- Havard University
- Stanford University
- Princetion University
- The University of Chicago
- University of California
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- University College Dublin
- and many more
- This modular system aims to test you on the application of each unit, and hence a student can choose to repeat a single unit on its own, without having to repeat an entire level. Only the highest mark scored in any attempt will automatically be taken into account.
- The Cambridge Board, on the other hand, is linear-based. Students attempt to take the examinations in two stages, AS & A2 Level. Students unsatisfied with any of their individual units must re-sit the entire level, i.e. either AS or A2, and only the last score will automatically be taken into account.
Edexcel International Advanced Level qualifications have been written to the same high standards as our Edexcel GCEs and are being recognised as providing progression to higher education by universities around the world.
Yes. The new International Advanced Level will have an AS/A2 split, therefore AS can either be taken as a stand alone qualification or used as a stage on the way to completing an Advanced Level.
Why A-Levels @ HELP?
- HELP has coached A-Level students to enter the world’s top universities
- Holder of the highest record 101 World Top Awards together with another 37 National Awards
- Unique Pastoral Care: each student is assigned to a mentor who monitors and guides him or her on academic performance and provides advice on applications for university admission.
- ..and many more